This “great” nation is home to more incarcerated individuals than any other nation in the world.
The trip to the Museum of Fine Arts was supposed to be a cultural learning experience for the 7th grade students but instead it was a lesson in racism.
On May 20th 2019, Chicago’s first openly gay, black, and female mayor was sworn in, making history.
The company, along with five managers and supervisors, are being accused of allowing the existence of a racially inhospitable work environment.
New guidelines from New York City’s Commission on Human Rights ban discrimination based on hair at school, work, or any other public space.
An old photo from a Virginia governor’s yearbook emerged depicting one person wearing blackface and another dressed in traditional Ku Klux Klan attire.
There has been coverage about the employees affected by the longest government shutdown in US history, but many failed to address everyone else hurt by this event.