This is an unfortunate day in America for many women. The U.S. Supreme Court voted Friday to ban Roe vs. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that guaranteed the right to an abortion. In the 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that “the Constitution does not confer a right to abortion.” Abortion laws and restrictions vary […]
If a white man can live to see his court date after nearly taking an officer's life, why is it so hard for Black people to experience even the slightest bit of equal humanity for doing far less?
Letitia James announced Thursday her office filed a $2.75M lawsuit against two right-ring conspiracy theorists who disseminated false information to Black voters.
Republicans like Tennessee State Rep. Justin Lafferty, who incorrectly claimed the Three-Fifths Compromise was enacted to ensure slavery didn’t spread, continue to make a mockery of history.
Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger appealed her 2019 conviction in the murder of Botham Jean. She could be released from prison if the appeal is decided in her favor.
The U.S. Census Bureau has released partial data it collected last year showing data that will have a major impact on decisions impacting communities for the next decade.
Despite being exposed for wearing Blackface in an old photo back in 2019, Northam’s support was highly sought after. He claims that he met with all of the candidates except one who was not interested in his endorsement.
NABJ previously called on CBS to release employees from nondisclosure agreements so that they could share a full account of their experiences.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and House Speaker David Ralston are placing the blame on everyone except for themselves.