Two women hope to create an all-black community in central Georgia as a way to deal with “400 years of racial oppression.”
An entire neighborhood in Mesquite, Nevada, switched out their porch lights recently to let local officers know they are appreciated.
The community in Kansas City, Missouri, came together on Saturday to show support and clean up a statue of a fallen officer after 150 protesters from the night before allegedly vandalized it.
Community members in Atlantic Beach, Florida, are helping a policeman recover after he was beaten unconscious Thursday.
Black voters view former Vice President Joe Biden as central to political and social problems they perceive, said Rev. Darrell Scott.
A little girl and her friends in Minnesota have raised more money than they ever imagined to help Minneapolis recover from the pandemic and George Floyd protests.
Voters remain virtually split on directing funds from local police departments to community programs, a Morning Consult/Politico poll released this week revealed.
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Students at the University of Washington are demanding a relaxed grading policy to help black students “cope emotionally” with the ongoing protests and riots that have erupted in major cities around the nation after George Floyd died during an arrest on May 26 in Minneapolis. According to a student petition with 50,000 signatures, “If UW truly understands our pain, UW will be a part of alleviating it.”
President Donald Trump on Wednesday criticized former Vice President Joe Biden for failing the black community during his 43-year career as a public official.
Sunday on MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” radio host Charlamagne tha God said if presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden tapped Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) as his running mate, it would create “voter depression” in the black community.
A nurse in San Francisco, California, is thanking her generous community members for their recent act of kindness.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday at the White House said that African-Americans were suffering more deaths proportionally during the coronavirus epidemic. “It has been disproportional,” Trump said. “They are getting hit very, very hard.”
Trump called on the nation to protect the Asian-American community, citing “nasty language” to Asian Americans over the coronavirus.