Black mental health advocates say Black families cannot depend on police to protect and help their mentally ill loved ones. 988 is the best hope to save Black lives.
A pair of monuments to the Confederacy in downtown Macon will be moved starting Wednesday morning.
The Home Depot's uniform policy bans political or religious messages "unrelated to workplace matters" from employees' aprons, or elsewhere on their clothing.
The case is currently being investigated by the FBI and the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division is prosecuting the case.
In the fight to get justice for his brother's murder, Terrence Floyd has turned to the unlikeliest corners to do just that: NFTs — or non-fungible tokens.
A New York City opera company created an updated version of Fidelio for the Black Lives Matter era. The performance features singers who are incarcerated in real life.
The artwork that once served as a memorial to the movement is being displayed in a new online exhibit at the Library of Congress. So far, 33 pieces are posted.
Black History Month grew from a weeklong celebration that started nearly 100 years ago — and it's not random that it's in February.
A new exhibit at Macon’s Tubman African American Museum documents the movement for Black lives in the city. The exhibit is also meant to spur more reconciliation with Macon’s past.
Myles Cosgrove was one of the seven officers assigned to execute a no-knock search warrant on Taylor's apartment in March 2020.
Nadine Seiler, one of those who watched over a fence at what became Black Lives Matter Plaza, is working to find homes for more than 700 artifacts that once covered the structure near the White House.
Political commentator and author Keith Boykin says America is in a Cold Civil War, and discusses how the country can move past racial division.
There is a growing discontent in the African American community with symbolic gestures that are presented as progress without any accompanying economic or structural change.
Calls for racial justice and an end to police brutality still fill social media platforms a year after George Floyd's murder. But Black Lives Matter says posts targeting it are full of disinformation.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Change is coming to Stone Mountain Park after the board approved a series of plans to begin reframing the park’s glorification of the Lost Cause. We mark the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd. His death sent millions of Americans into the streets to march for racial justice and police accountability.