The American Federation of Teachers leader Fredick Ingram says we need activism and political pressure to ensure schools teach Black history.
"The Picture of The Power of Black Unity: Black Sisters and Brothers Standing Together,” left participants from all over the country in various age demographics motivated and ready to make change in their communities. NewsVision reporter Kiara Patterson has the story.
Activists want Biden's Climate Corps program to correct the injustices of the 1930s Civilian Conservation Corps, which provided jobs but excluded Black folks.
Working from home reduces greenhouse gas emissions, but racism means we don’t all get the opportunity to have a smaller carbon footprint.
The Alabama band director who was arrested after refusing to stop his band’s performance at a high school football game is grappling with the aftermath of being tased by police, which his attorney says was unacceptable and left students traumatized.
African-American leaders from across the spectrum of politics, business and faith will gather in Washington DC this week for the 52nd Annual Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Weekend that runs from September 20-24th.
The kids are not OK. A growing portion of today's youth are reporting that they struggle with mental health disorders.
A band director was tased and arrested after he disregarded police requests to stop his band’s performance following a high school football game, according to a Birmingham Police Department spokesperson.
The union is pushing to get workers at electric-vehicle battery factories, putting fair wages at the center of reducing emissions.
Hunter Biden sued the Internal Revenue Service on Monday, alleging its agents illegally released his tax information and that the agency failed to protect his private records.
The White House said the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will develop new regulations that would prevent unpaid medical bills from being counted on credit reports.