By attending the inauguration, Mrs. Clinton has reneged on her pro-women bona fides and normalized a man she portrayed as abnormal.
Two prominent activists stand with the only black officer of a New Jersey police department in lawsuit claiming racial discrimination.
Lou Lord on a rather awkward encounter at the dry cleaners where he sets the record straight on his Jamaican ancestors.
Civil rights leaders who sided with bureaucrats in a debate on whether a Philadelphia man was unarmed when killed by police have switched sides and are now calling for justice.
President Obama’s criminal justice reform initiatives are evidence based, and so is the fact that roles trump race in the courtroom.
Renée Canada explores racism and identity through the lens of Rachel Dolezal.
In these Twilight Zone times of Rachel Dolezal, Chris Crass looks back on his own history of identifying with the Black radical tradition, and his role as a white man supporting anti-racism work.
Protestor poet Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum on the streets of the Baltimore Uprising
Political interest or race will be a choice the NAACP’s Philadelphia President will have to make when endorsing a candidate for mayor.
School funding won’t save the day, implies Philadelphia NAACP President.
When he found himself without any allies, he pressed on.
What are we going to do about it?
A white poet joins the NAACP march in Ferguson, Missouri, and learns he was wrong about the role of race in this country
Despite issues with police, the majority of the black community’s problems stem from within.
“Peaceful.” The word used to describe last week’s meeting between the NAACP and the KKK.
Two lawmakers joined civil rights leaders Tuesday to push a bill prohibiting law enforcement officers from engaging in racial profiling and mandating training on profiling as part of all federal law enforcement training.