Former NAACP Leader Rachel Dolezal is no longer participating in a panel on racial identity at The Martin Luther King Jr. Dreamfest in Cary, North Carolina in January, said town officials Wednesday after the decision caused a negative response from community members.


Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s nomination acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention on Thursday rubbed many people the wrong way — including members of the Republican Party. Several were turned off by his dark and somber tone. “I have a message to every last person threatening the peace on our streets and the safety of […]

Larry Mitchell created a "Send Me Back To Africa," GoFundMe page on July 7, one day after the police shooting death of Philando Castile and two days after an officer fatally wounded Alton Sterling. In the wake of the shooting, the nation has deepened a widening divide over race relations and policing.

Plus, only one percent of Blacks support Donald Trump and a majority of Americans believe that President Obama has tried to improve race relations in the U.S.


House Republicans are preparing to call Hillary Clinton out on how she handled the terrorist attacks in Benghazi during her time as secretary of state. They are expected to release a report on Tuesday in hopes of stirring the pot before the presidential election in November. They claim Clinton was well aware of the chaos […]


On Tuesday, a panel assembled after she died issued a report indicating that the jail’s staff needs more training in regards to identifying mental health issues. It also specified that the facility should provide anger management counseling for inmates and employees should wear body cameras.

Allegedly, a Mississippi landlord who had rented to Erica Flores Dunahoo evicted her family after he found out that her military vet husband was black. The landlord felt blindsided because Dunahoo didn't "act like" she was with a black man.


Nathan Barksdale, the Baltimore drug lord and inspiration behind HBO's hit series The Wire, has died.

You know that list of companies that are outspoken about gay marriage? The ones that tell gun advocates to put their firearms away when walking…

Jay Z hasn’t always been publicly outspoken when it come to social issues.  However, in an episode of Oprah’s Master Class, the Jigga Man talks about hip-hop and how it’s helped race relations. Check out the video above to see what his say.  He actually make a very valid point!


Cop selling Insensitive T-shirts: “I Can’t Breathe”… “Breathe Easy, Don’t Break The Law.” So I was reading that a cop in Mishawaka, Indiana is selling T-shirts with “Breathe Easy, Don’t Break The Law” on them, a direct response to the widespread publicity of the “I Can’t Breathe” movement in which civilians and celebrities alike are […]

Via newsone: ABC’s ‘What Would You Do” creates a real life lesson on race relations at the barber shop, when white girlfriend becomes topic of hatred.     Click here  to see video