Two Black Women Nominated by the Biden-Harris Administration Among Diverse Slate of Judicial Nominees
Candidates for the federal courts— including Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong and Judge Holly A. Thomas— described as "extraordinarily qualified."
The Vice President's visit coincides with national HBCU week.
“Let us use this opportunity to recognize American heroes deserving of our veneration," said Congressman A. Donald McEachin.
Congress Introduces Legislation Named After Abolitionist Frederick Douglass to Combat Modern Day Human Trafficking
Bipartisan bill was authored by Rep. Chris Smith with co-lead, Rep. Karen Bass.
Parents share “devastating” loss of their son at press conference with attorneys Ben Crump and Lee Merritt.
Push for federal voting protections falls on anniversary of 1963 March on Washington.
Effort comes ahead of major voting rights events on August 28th during anniversary of March on Washington.
With Voting Rights on the Brink, Activists Set to March on Washington and Throughout the Country This Saturday
Celebrating the anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, civil rights activists are marching all over the country for justice this weekend.
Announcement comes amid surge in cases linked to the Delta variant, while pandemic has left 600,000 dead in the U.S.
Revamped bill comes one day after Congressional hearing on voting rights.
Despite collection delays during the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of households across America responded.
Women's organizations, including group of WNBA players, launch “Take the Shot for the WIN” campaign to educate about vaccines as cases surge.
The coalition’s efforts come in response to more than 400 bills introduced in state legislatures nationwide. Critics say these laws are designed to suppress and disenfranchise voters of color.
Here are 5 ways people are fighting back in the wake of both new and longstanding challenges to our voting rights.
Family of Henrietta Lacks Plans to Sue Pharmaceutical Companies They Say Profited from Her Cancer Cells
The family has retained attorney Ben Crump, who says “The American pharmaceutical community has a shameful history of profiting off research at the expense of Black people without their knowledge.”
Brown will face Black GOP businesswoman Laverne Gore in November’s general election