In battleground states, black clergy are extending "Souls to the Polls" efforts to get black churchgoers to cast ballots early or on Election Day.
By Deepti Hajela, Associated Press
Only full citizens can vote; legal immigrants who are green card holders also are not allowed to cast a ballot.
Two separate investigations are now underway reviewing Morton County’s response to the anti-pipeline protests over allegations of human rights abuses.
The attack on a black church is the latest in a long history of racially motivated voter intimidation tactics.
Duncan Tonatiuh chooses protagonists and stories that are seldom sought for young audiences.
The Trump campaign has been fraught with bigotry, xenophobia and racism, but Republicans ignored it all — until they perceived him as a threat to white women. Why?…
By Ryan Connelly Holmes
Cleveland's historic appearance in the World Series is bringing lots of attention to its controversial logo that critics say is racist.
By PBS NewsHour
Its effect can be explosive and painful: Harvard University professor Randall Kennedy has traced the history of the N-word to understand the evolution of the infamous racial slur. Kennedy joins special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault to discuss this history, including reappropriations…
By Shima Baughman, Christopher Robertson and Sunita Sah
To eliminate racial bias, these experts say it's prosecutors, not police, who are in need of reform.
By Michael R. Blood, Associated Press
The Nov. 8 election will likely reflect long-term trends that have seen the nation's most populous state become increasingly diverse and firmly Democratic.
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