The Human First Coalition was founded to provide humanitarian assistance to refugees after the United States' withdrawal from Afghanistan.
"We know, NAACP, that our country has a history of claiming ownership over human bodies," Harris said while speaking at the 113th NAACP National Convention.
Black demonstrators gathered outside the White House to urge the president to make student loan debt cancellation a legacy of his administration.
Three voting rights groups in Colorado are suing another group, accusing it of intimidating voters. A judge recently allowed the lawsuit to move forward.
"There are more of us than you think, people who think like us. White nationalists, pro-Confederate, pro-white," said one rallygoer.
A civil rights leader said describing Clarence Thomas' treatment as "lynching" insults the thousands of Black people who were lynched.
Each instance of paddling allegedly exceeded the legal limit of three strikes, as allowed by the school district.
Over the years of her marriage, Meghan Markle has paid tribute to Princess Diana in many ways but none so strong as by wearing her late mother-in-laws jewels.
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In her public life Meghan has used her wardrobe to create an impact. Insistent on not using a stylist, Meghan's image is her own and used to great effect.
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Meghan Markle wore a dramatic blue ombre gown with a striking resemblance to a 1988 dress of Princess Diana's as she accepted her NAACP award.
Bridgewater police are being criticizing for a video showing them handcuffing a Black teen involved in a fight while the white participant was not restrained.
The girl's mother said that her daughter was motivated to wear the suit after hearing about the death of Amir Locke.
Some activists have urged a shutdown of the city's transit system due to possible disruptions connected to the former officer's release, scheduled for Thursday.
Activists say the district's leadership isn't doing enough to address racism in the majority-white district. Authorities are investigating the incident.
The video recorded in Michelle Odinet's home shows a TV with security footage of an attempted burglary playing while racist comments are made by those watching.
Black Lives Matter protesters, Second Amendment defenders, and legal experts have all weighed in on the trial and its not guilty verdict. Who is right?
The NAACP is trying to get AT&T to dump One America News Network. On Monday, the phone giant heard from Black conservatives who are defenders of the right-wing network.
The case began in 2018 when the NAACP challenged two amendments to North Carolina's state constitution.
The reasoning behind the letter is due to Texas Governor Greg Abbott and his recent decision-making regarding voting rights and reproductive care.
A student organizer said the school did not punish the students for carrying the flag but has a policy against students wearing Black Lives Matter apparel.
Doug Evans' exclusion of Black jurors in one murder case led to the Supreme Court overturning the conviction of Curtis Flowers in 2019.
"The humanitarian crisis happening under this administration on the southern border disgustingly mirrors some of the darkest moments in America's history," Derrick Johnson said.
The Berkshire Eagle reported that officials from both the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the Berkshire County branch of the NAACP called for Eichhammer to be fired in July.
"Immediately remove Ms. Colley from any ability to further traumatize students," the state NAACP said in a statement.
The 20-year-old University of Miami Hurricanes safety has since been suspended from all team activities.
Michelle Leete told Newsweek the message was not directly toward people against critical race theory but rather those ideals.
Michelle Leete was seen in a widely shared video recorded Thursday in which she told "STOP CRT" counter-protesters that any parent in the district who opposes critical race theory is "anti-diversity" and "anti-children."
Video of the speech has stirred backlash online. Education activist Asra Nomani said, "It was shocking that anyone would cheer and applaud a call to violence."