U.S. Military legal officers on Tuesday told the House Armed Services Committee that while the military justice system does not intentionally discriminate based on race, racial disparities continue to persist.
Studies show black patients benefit from black doctors, but pairing doctors with patients based on race can be a "legal black hole."
We all need to share our experiences with one another and be willing to listen to one another.
"Everything they told us is not right. We just want the truth," Fuller's sister Diamond Alexander said. "My brother was not suicidal. He was a survivor."
In addition to Atlanta protesters calling for a black workers' strike on Juneteenth, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union is shutting down ports on the West Coast that day.
"Our office takes seriously any threat to the lives and well-being of our fellow citizens," the top federal prosecutor in the Eastern District of Virginia said.
Ahead of Trump's speech, hundreds of West Point graduates penned an open letter to the academy's class of 2020 warning of the tumult of contemporary politics.
Fuller was found dead outside Palmdale city hall, about 60 miles from Los Angeles. Ruled as a suicide, there is a call for a full probe into whether he was murdered.
The Texas Republican sparked a social media debate after he shared a video of a statue of the explorer being pulled down in St. Paul, Minnesota.
"He doesn't need to brush up against my car," the man allegedly told the child's father. "He's not worth enough to brush up against my car."
General Charles Q. Brown's nomination to serve as Air Force Chief of Staff was confirmed by the Senate Tuesday, making Brown the first black U.S. military officer to hold the the position.
The protesters can be heard chanting "decolonize" and for the statue of Cecil Rhodes to be taken down.
Israel is not the nation of white Europeans that many wrongly depict it as.
We should reject a bright-line rule that would deprive officials of the discretion they need to balance public health and civil liberties.
Intisar Chowdhury whose father died from COVID-19 says the government has "just stated the obivious" without saying how they will protect BAME lives.
Only 3 percent of black Americans said they "strongly approve" of President Donald Trump's response to George Floyd's death and the ensuing protests the incident sparked.
British Bangladeshi people are twice as likely to die from COVID-19 than their white counterparts, according to the findings from Public Health England.
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Protests have been taking place across the country over the death of Floyd at the hands of Derek Chauvin who has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter.
Police used tear gas and rubber bullets in an attempt to control protests and riots that raged throughout the U.S. on Friday as outrage over the killing of George Floyd continued to grow.
The Boston Athletic Association announced that it would hold a virtual event due to the COVID-19 pandemic in an announcement on Thursday.
The New York Police Department told Newsweek more than 40 protesters were arrested, and several cops were injured on Thursday night.
More than 2.4 million people have signed the online petition calling for Minneapolis police officers to be arrested and criminally charged in the death of George Floyd.
The woman was the subject of a viral video, in which she calls the police claiming that a black man who asked her to put her dog on a leash was threatening her.
People from Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Indian and mixed ethnicities were also found to be significantly more likely to die from coronavirus than their white counterparts.
Democrats have proposed a Heroes Fund that would provide front-line workers with a $25,000 bonus, equivalent to a $13-per-hour pay bump.
It comes after NHS England wrote to all trusts in England, recommending they assess Black, Asian and ethnic minority (BAME) workers as "at potentially greater risk" from coronavirus.
Although people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds form 13 percent of the U.K. population, they make up 35 percent of all patients in intensive care.