Daisy Bates was born in Little Rock and was one of the few women to speak out during the 1963 March on Washington.
Laura Montilla claims that the officers used military torture methods on her after arresting her on June 1 during the protests over the death of George Floyd.
But after George Floyd died, he saw it was time to come out of the closet. How did he do it?
More than a dozen black men have been reporting sexual abuse by the former team manager for years with little more compensation than a "yes, it was abhorrent."
Political correctness has taken the field with demands from Native American leaders that the Washington Redskins change its name and logo, which they call "racist."
Meanwhile, police are still killing people of color nationwide.
Los iconos culturales mexicanos han utilizado sus relatos de los medios sociales para sensibilizar sobre dos temas arraigados en la cultura latinoamericana.
Mexican cultural icons have used their social media accounts to raise awareness on two subjects rooted in Latin American culture that have segregated indigenous communities since colonial times
En una época en la que la gente no perdona los comportamientos inapropiados, diciendo a las empresas, a la gente y al gobierno que lo hagan mejor, ninguna organización se queda atrás.
During a time where people are calling out all inappropriate behavior, telling companies, people, and the government to do better, no organization is getting left behind.
The movements that have called for the destruction of statues of racists have raised several questions about how efficient these gestures can be in the fight against racism.
La destrucción de estatuas de racistas han despertado varias preguntas sobre lo eficiente que pueden llegar a ser estos gestos en la lucha contra el racismo.
La educación es el primer paso para crear un cambio real.
Education is the first step to creating real change.
The author of Girl, Woman, Other was the first black writer to win the Man Booker Prize.
Until June 4, Ranger Captain Jay Banks greeted tourists arriving in Dallas with the usual motto: "One riot, one ranger." But now the truth is out.
El Capitán de los Rangers Jay Banks saludaba hasta el pasado 4 de junio a los turistas que llegaban a Dallas con el habitual lema: “Un motín, un ranger”. Ahora la verdad salió a la luz.
He was condemned to die in the electric chair at the age of 14 on June 16, 1944. His sin: being African-American in South Carolina.
¿A declaration of war?
"This is the time to start being supportive," said the artist in a message to the U.S. Hispanic community.
A former employee accused SFMOMA of snobbery and censorship after the museum hushed his comment on its soft reaction to George Floyd's death.
She was the first to point out the Latin stereotypes in Jeanine Cummins' best-seller, and now she has lost her teaching job to a serious accusation. What is the price of raising your voice?
Latinos are not safe in the U.S.
Trump and his cronies are idealogues of the racist hate that has transformed the U.S. into a killing field.
Este hombre y sus compinches son los ideólogos del odio racista que ha transformado a los Estados Unidos en un campo de exterminio.