The Uncle Ben’s rice brand is changing its name to Ben's Original.
The City of Louisville has reached a $12 million settlement with the family of Breonna Taylor, the EMT who was fatally shot in her sleep on March 13 by officers executing a no-knock warrant, FOX News reported.
The attorney general of Kentucky extended condolences to the family of Breonna Taylor this week, meeting with them for the first time since Taylor was fatally shot by police during a drug raid in March, according to reports.
The National Association of the Deaf filed a lawsuit on behalf of five deaf Americans requesting that a judge order the White House to provide an ASL interpreter during coronavirus briefings.
the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved new rules that will allow student-athletes in all sports to wear patches on their uniforms in honor and support of social justice issues.
Several big-city mayors that have seen upticks in violent crime and escalating clashes between police and protesters are demanding federal agents be withdrawn from their cities -- and any plans for more federal deployments be halted.
The Pentagon is banning displays of the Confederate flag on military installations, using a carefully worded policy that doesn’t mention the word ban or that specific flag.
Patagonia, REI and Northface are just some of the companies which have publicly announced their support in recent days for the campaign.
In just about any other year, Juneteenth, the holiday celebrating the day in 1865 that all enslaved black people learned they had been freed from bondage, would be marked by African American families across the nation with a cookout, a parade, a community festival, a soulful rendition of “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing.”
B&G Foods, Inc., the owner of Cream of Wheat, has become the latest company to revisit its branding, following complaints on social media that its century-old logo of a black chef had racist origins.
Speaking in an interview at the White House, President Donald Trump said he “absolutely” would support Colin Kaepernick’s return to the NFL.
They are nurses and doctors, artists, students, construction workers, government employees; black, brown and white; young and old.
She was fighting for everyone in the LGBT community. Sadly, she died in May - and didn't live to see her battle end in victory with The US Supreme Court stating in a 6-3 ruling - that sex discrimination against Gay, Lesbian and Transgender people in employment is against the law.
In response to the ongoing protests that have erupted in response to systemic racism in America, Band-Aid has announced additions to its product line by offering colors that match different skin tone in order to “embrace the beauty of diverse skin.”
The online review site will be launching a new free searchable attribute to give businesses a way to identify themselves as Black-owned.