Three friends, cleared of wrongdoing, were detained for hours by police at a high end department store in San Francisco Wednesday afternoon. Someone who called police to say a firearm was brandished was cited and released.
A photo of a Mississippi middle school teacher’s writing assignment on slavery is drawing heavy criticism online, and parents in the district are speaking out.
Black doctors, nurses, researchers and comedian W. Kamau Bell kicked off a new campaign on Thursday in the hopes of providing Black communities with credible information about the COVID-19 vaccine.
The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act was set for a House vote late Wednesday.
A crowd of people on a beach in Mexico rallied around three men who were being detained by police after someone reportedly complained about “obscene acts of exhibitionism.
Two rallies led by the youth were held in the Bay Area, both calling for a stop to the violence against Asian Americans.
Governments say getting vaccinated and having the proper documentation to prove it will smooth the way to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and such efforts have gotten a head start in Israel.
A man tells KTVU he received a COVID vaccine access code issued through the state even though the code was meant for communities of color or low-income earners.
President Joe Biden marked one year since the death of Ahmaud Arbery, who was shot and killed after being pursued through a neighborhood in Georgia. “A Black man should be able to go for a jog without fearing for his life,” Biden tweeted.
“I’m sure this comes from a place that is well-intended, but it does not honor us by having our name plastered on the side of a car,” Chief Chuck Hoskin said.
An elite South Bay group is poised to gain seven new members Saturday.
Friday marks a dark day in American history. It will be 79 years since President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered Japanese Americans into internment camps during World War II.
The San Leandro city council this week proclaimed April 18 as Steven Taylor and Sanctity of Life Day in honor of the 33-year-old Black man who was killed in a Walmart by police for waving a bat and scaring customers inside the store.
A UK hospital is adopting gender-inclusive language for perinatal services to cater to trans and non-binary people who are giving birth.
Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder also rejected prosecutors’ request for a $200,000 bail increase for Kyle Rittenhouse, who came to Kenosha in August as hundreds were protesting the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man.
The restaurant says it opposes systemic racism, and that the server left on her own, and was not fired.
State Sen. Nancy Skinner, (D-Berkeley), introduced "School Meals for All" on Wednesday to make free meals available to every public school student without any burdensome application process or eligibility determination.
San Francisco's Black population is dwindling, but one community stronghold remains on the radio.
Pepsi Co. announced that starting in June, the Pearl Milling Company logo will be replacing Aunt Jemima on its pancake mixes and syrups.
Groups are planning what they're calling a multi-racial healing event with community groups from the Black, Latino and indigenous communities in Oakland and San Francisco this weekend.