A new book unpacks the "mystique" that Michael Jordan built around himself as he dominated the NBA in the 1990s.
Professor Ibram X. Kendi's documentary kicks off with a provocative question: What is wrong with Black people?
When you've built a career around explaining race and racism to people, what happens when you find a moment you just don't want to explain?
Mayor Lester Miller shared his thoughts about a TV host calling his city "one of the most racist in the country."
Civil rights groups are criticizing a concert series with Black performers dubbed "Soul Fest" that is being held at a Georgia park with a giant carving of Confederate leaders.
A $120 million International African American Museum opened this week in Charleston, S,C. The galleries allow visitors to step back in history at Gadsden’s Wharf, where tens of thousands of enslaved Africans arrived in America, the genesis of generations of health disparities.
Public health professor Arline Geronimus explains how marginalized people suffer nearly constant stress, which damages their bodies at the cellular level. Her new book is Weathering.
A new podcast spotlights the stories of survivors of violence at Mt. Meigs, a school in Montgomery, Ala., billed as an institution for reform for troubled Black children.
A new documentary from the Atlanta History Center highlights the role the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-20th century played in the creation of Stone Mountain, the world's largest Confederate monument.
As Memphis braces for video footage and protests, pastor and police reform advocate Earle Fisher says he's "seen far too much Black death as a spectacle." He shares his concerns and hopes in the case.
In his recently published photobook, "No Justice, No Peace," Devin Allen confronts readers with the reality of how little has changed since the civil rights movement.
An office within the University of Southern California's School of Social Work said phrases such as "field work" may have meanings linked to slavery.
The 14-year-old was killed by two white men in 1955 after a white woman accused him of flirting with her. The medal will be on display at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Purdue University Northwest Chancellor Thomas L. Keon apologized for "offensive and insensitive" remarks he made onstage during a commencement ceremony.
Lawyers for Nicole Moore, a Black woman, say she was often given unfair workloads, demeaned in front of coworkers and retaliated against for speaking up about racism within the company.