Portland saw widespread protests beginning in May following the killing of Black man George Floyd while in police custody.
Floyd's death on Memorial Day after being pinned with a knee to the neck by a white Minneapolis officer shocked the nation, galvanizing Black Lives Matter protests across the U.S. and abroad.
Countless parents like me are working tirelessly to provide other families with quality education and a choice between schools.
Photos shared on social media on Thursday showed the block surrounded by wooden pallets forming a makeshift wall.
The movie was made for Disney, but some underlying truths about the school district got wiped away Monday night.
FiveThirtyEight reports that President Donald Trump's approval rating is currently 44.7 percent—more than three percent higher than it was this time last year.
The Republican lawmaker praised Ice Cube's plan for Black America as he criticized Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
The majority of swing-state voters also think both presidential candidates are not mentally fit to be president.
In a video circulating on social media, an officer is seen firing his gun at Blake as he leans into a vehicle.
Officers used crowd control munitions to disperse the crowd after the windows of the Multnomah County Building were smashed and burning material thrown inside.
A majority of the money—$200 billion—would be diverted from unused relief appropriated during a previous stimulus package passed by Congress that was meant to be used by the Treasury Department for corporate lending.
Black lives matter, but the organization calling itself "Black Lives Matter" is self-serving and self-defeating.
National healing will only come when we all prioritize the content of our character over the color of our skin.
If we want true equality in America for everyone, education reform would be a great place to start.
We all need to share our experiences with one another and be willing to listen to one another.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought to the forefront some unfortunate realities of American life.
Like many things, access to clean water falls along racial lines.
"We are in the middle of another attempt to reckon with our national failure to achieve real and sustainable progress toward racial justice."
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration will open on April 26, 2018.
The "Silent Protest Parade," as it came to be known, was the first mass African-American demonstration of its kind.