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Lawyer Fired for Black Lives Matter Tie

Lawyer who worked for the public defender's office says he was unfairly discriminated against

Census Bureau Releases Key Data on U.S. Blacks

The Black population is a significant number, but has a noticeable wealth gap.

New Orleans Residents Hit by Tornadoes

At least seven homes have been damaged so far, with two of them completely destroyed

More Action for Women’s March Organizers

Organizers behind anti-Trump inaugural protest on Washington announces "general strike"

Another Pats Player Says He Will Snub WH Invite

Defensive back Devin McCourty says he's got a problem with President Trump.

Senate Confirms Betsy Devos as Education Sec.

Despite Democratic pushback, VP Mike Pence broke the tie vote.

Twitter Amplifies Anti-Hate Campaign

Social media platform to further crack down on hate speech, racially insensitive tweets and posts

Rev. Jesse Jackson Remembers MLK’s Friendship

A look back at knowing Martin Luther King and his own call to service.

2 States Warn Against Reinstating Travel Ban

Washington and Minnesota lawyers say reinstating the ban would "unleash chaos again."

This Woman Has Just Made History

Imelme Umana made history when she claimed the position, making her the Law Review's 131st president

NFL Honors Hall of Famers from HBCUs

Pro football legends were acknowledged before the big game

Patriots’ Martellus Bennett Declines White House

"I am not going to go"

Trump Approval Ratings Lag Behind Past Presidents

Recent poll suggests Americans aren't happy with new president so far

Historic Black Church Vandalized in East Texas

Officials haven't deemed the cross burning incident a hate crime, but the pastor feels otherwise.

Johnson Publishing Bldg. Up for Landmark Status

Iconic building was home of first Black business on Michigan Avenue

Michael Vick, Despite Past, Still Roots for Falcons

The former Falcons starting QB says he still loves the team and the city

17 DC Students Receive Scholarships

Students overcome tragedy to win full college scholarships

Ervin ‘Magic’ Johnson to Advise Lakers

Johnson will be tasked with advising ownership on all business and basketball matters

Violence Hits U.C. Berkeley Over Racist Speaker

The planned appearance by Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos at the U.C. Berkeley campus had to be cancelled.

Tamron Hall Confirms MSNBC Exit

"To all my great colleagues, I will miss you and I will be rooting for you”

Trump ‘Celebrates’ Black History Month — Sorta

The president acknowledges Black History, gives alternative facts and bashes the media all at once.