A Virginia judge sentenced five teens, convicted for spray-painting racial slurs on an abandoned building, to read books about diversity. Should the punishment for racial crimes be a trip to the library?
Donald Trump’s administration has decided to refrain from sending his spokespeople to appear on CNN.
A White high school football player sexually assaulted a mentally disabled Black teammate and goes unpunished. The prosecution withdrew the charges and accepted a guilty plea for a lesser charge.
Several universities are experimenting with "White Identity Retreats" to calm rising racial tensions on campuses. White students will learn about personal and systemic facets of White privilege.
Dr. Ravi K. Perry believes that Virginia high school students should understand how structural oppression obstructs racial equality.
Author and Christian Activist Jim Wallis joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss his new book, America’s Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege and the Bridge to a New America.
Despite Clinton's efforts, this latest episode in her campaign further illustrates that today's presidential candidates don't know how to talk about race in a way that will resonate with millennial voters.
Tonya Couch has been arrested on charges of helping her son escape.
Police took Rothenberg into custody without incident, later charging her with first-degree threatening, seven counts of reckless endangerment and interfering with police and second-degree breach of peace.
Ethan Couch, 18, the North Texas teen found responsible for a drunk-driving crash that killed four people in 2013, and his mother, Tonya, 48, were captured Monday at 6 p.m. in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, a spokesperson for the Jalisco state prosecutor's office told ABC News.
On Fox News' The Five, hosts complained about their exclusion from a movement largely focused on saving Black folk.
It’s true. Black America spends a good amount of time discussing race, thinking about race, experiencing race, and living through the trauma these conversations and…