The writers, many of whom were targeted by white author Cait Corrain, say they are not buying her excuses as they endure more negative reviews about their work.
“My father was a slave, just to a white man and he was white,” Kentucky Rep Jennifer Decker said when someone in the crowd asked about her family’s role in the slave trade.
Beverly Johnson recalls her career battling discrimination in the “Wild West” modeling industry.
Parents of students at the IPrep Academy in South Florida were shocked after being asked to sign permission slips to allow their children to participate in Black History Month.
From Bath & Body Works to Barnes & Noble, companies have committed some major sins during Black History Month. Here is how to avoid doing the same thing.
The Lexington Police Department, already under investigation by the DOJ, has been sued by Black residents who say they’ve been subjected to discriminatory policing and abuse.
Thousands of Ohioans have spoken out about renaming a national forest over its link to an American revolutionary leader who participated in the genocide of Indigenous Americans.