When They See Us tells the tale of the Central Park Five, young boys of color who were coerced into confessing to raping a blonde white woman in late 80s NYC.
This week, New Orleans implemented a strict curfew and a host of other interventions intended to address a “spike” in juvenile crime.
On Saturday, 34 women graduated from West Point U.S. Military Academy – a record for the school.
The redesign of the $20 bill which was to feature Harriet Tubman will not be unveiled in 2020.
President Donald Trump congratulated the Caucasian #2 NFL Draft pick, but ignored #1, who is African American.
Grass is Greener, hosted and directed by musician Fab 5 Freddy, pulls us into the cultural importance weed has played in our country.
A recently-released study of health care access among Mid-City residents found a wide disparity, particularly for the city’s Latinx residents.
When three historically black churches were burned down in St. Landry Parish, Megan Romer turned to Twitter. She hoped to use her online audience to put national attention on the string of hate crimes taking place here in Louisiana. At first, the tweets, which contained a link to a GoFundMe raising money to rebuild the […]
“Forever Lee Circle” Confederate Monument Throws Accepted Into Historical New Orleans Collection MuseumApril 21, 2019
The Historic New Orleans Collection has accepted two strings of “Forever Lee Circle” Mardi Gras beads that resulted in a lifetime ban earlier this year.
On Monday, authorities filed hate crime charges against the man who is believed to have set fire to three historically black churches in St. Landry Parish.
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