Bree Newsome has a message for her detractors. Two years ago, Newsome scaled a flagpole to remove the Confederate flag outside of the South Carolina capitol building 10 days after Emanuel AME Church shooting.
A South Carolina state representative—best known for his support of the Confederate battle flag—was arrested yesterday after allegedly beating his wife and pointing a gun at her. Rep. Chris Corley posted a $20,000 bond on Tuesday and was released with conditions that he won’t make contact with his wife or possess a firearm. Corley, 36, was […]
TV One saw a major leap in its ratings when the network aired its first feature film Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story. According to the network, the movie – which premiered on June 12 – broke record ratings and became the top original movie in network history. It drew in 2 million […]
Much has changed, but a lot has stayed the same since tragedy unfolded a year ago at "Mother" Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
California Democrat Jarred Huffman authored the bill after the tragic shooting death of nine Black worshipers at Charleston's Emanuel AME Church in June of last year.
The monument, which has stood in its place since 1895, won't be put away forever -- the statue will be moved to another location, University President James Ramsey confirmed in an announcement with Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on Friday.
Lyrics from the song (including those calling Northerners "scum") will be replaced with a poem by John T. White about the state's appearance and natural beauty.
After disagreeing on a $5.3 million commission for the flag and repairs for the museum, a $3.6 million budget was considered.
New Orleans lawmakers are in the midst of considering whether to break with its Confederate past by removing longstanding monuments
Springfield, Missouri resident Jeffrey Tindle says his neighbors are wrong to complain about the Confederate flag and noose hanging outside his home, because it isn't racist.
Among the honorees were Misty Copeland, Caitlyn Jenner, the U.S women's soccer team, family members and survivors of the Charleston Massacre, Reese Witherspoon, Victoria Beckham, Elizabeth Holmes and Cecile Richards.