Boston Globe Shines Light on Systemic Anti-Black Racism in Boston
A new series examines how racism impacts Boston’s Black residents.
Google Honors Sculptor Edmonia Lewis in New Doodle
Lewis, an artist of Black and Native descent, achieved international fame as a sculptor during the 1800s.
WATCH: #TrumpProtests Take Over Streets Nationwide
From New York City to Los Angeles, Americas are expressing their displeasure with the election of Donald Trump.
STUDY: Police Body Cameras in Danger of Being Used as 'Instruments of Injustice'
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights examined body-worn camera policies in 50 municipalities. It was not impressed.
New Study Explores Toxins Inside Black Hair Salons
A Brandeis University report found that 10 Black women’s hair salons in Boston were suffering from poor air quality.
ICYMI: Black Firefighter Sues Boston Red Sox for Discrimination
Robert C. Cox says Fenway Park security denied him and another Black firefighter entry, but allowed a White colleague to perform a safety inspection.
VIDEO: Officer Beats Unarmed Woman With Baton, Pulls Gun on Witnesses
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Police Departments said the woman had been identified in a theft.
Boston Has a Stop-And-Frisk Problem, New ACLU Report Says
Could reform be on the horizon?
Boston Man Who Returned $42,000 is Generously Rewarded
Glen James returned a backpack filled with money earlier this week, and has since received over $130,000 in donations (and counting)!