The trailblazing activist first made national headlines in 2017 after becoming the country’s first out Black trans person elected to public office in Minneapolis.
The agreement on Covid-19 safety protocols between Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public isn’t enough for the students, after a reported 422 cases before the strike.
DCFS workers on Facebook expose flawed policies and procedures by sharing photos of pens and clipboards after the death of Deidre Silas.
“Most domestic violence victims will not report abuse to law enforcement, but they will tell someone with whom they have a long-standing relationship," says a Tennessee Board Director.
Judge Timothy Walmsley told Arbery’s killers, “He left his home to go for a run and ended up running for his life.”
Wanda Cooper-Jones told the court, “I wished he had cut and cleaned his toenails when he went out on the jog that day. I guess he would have if he’d known he would be murdered that day.”
From the return of Bruce Beach to support of #BlackburnTakeover, here are the most interesting news stories of the year.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation describes the South African human rights icon's death as an "immeasurable" loss
“You’re a body. Once that body’s used up, they’ll just bring somebody else in and do the work,” says Amazon employee.
Just light work for Oklahoma hero, Dayvon Johnson, 11, saving two lives in the same day with a skill he learned from YouTube.
West Virginia Senator Manchin surprised his own party with the announcement, further stalling the Biden administration.
Sgt. Alywn Cashe is the first Black recipient of the highest award for "valor in action against an enemy force" in armed forces in 20 years.
A new study tested Dupixent for asthma attacks in mostly white children, despite Black children disproportionately more effected.
Trailblazing Black feminist writer bell hooks dies, leaving a legacy of Black Feminist Thought.
Darryl Howard was convicted in the 1991 killing of a North Carolina mother and daughter. DNA evidence proves police conspired for a wrongful conviction.