Construction worker's confederate flag on state job site stirs controversyConstruction worker's confederate flag on state job site stirs controversyThe monotony of interstate construction sights in the Slidell area came to a screeching halt for Lyndon Bijou Monday, who was headed to Houston for work.
History comes to life for Swift Creek studentsHistory comes to life for Swift Creek studentsNearly 200 Swift Creek Middle School eighth-graders attended “Anne & Emmett” and stayed for a question-and-answer session afterward
George Zimmerman divorce finalizedGeorge Zimmerman divorce finalizedShellie Zimmerman filed for divorce in September 2013, two months after George Zimmerman was acquitted in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin
George Zimmerman keeps dog in divorceGeorge Zimmerman keeps dog in divorceWas acquitted in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Trayvon Martin's mother speaks at Clemson MLK eventTrayvon Martin's mother speaks at Clemson MLK eventSybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, speaks during the 34th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Commemorative Service called Honest Conversations: Listen. Reflect. Act. Progress. at the Brooks Center on the Clemson University campus Tuesday.
Trayvon Martin's mom speaks at ClemsonTrayvon Martin's mom speaks at ClemsonTrayvon Martin's mom Sybrina Fulton speaks at Clemson MLK event
Oakland tech hub fights for diversityOakland tech hub fights for diversityCity tech leaders want wealth to be more widely, equitably shared than in San Francisco.
- El Paso
Trayvon Martin's mom to speak at YWCA luncheonTrayvon Martin's mom to speak at YWCA luncheonThe mother Trayvon Martin, the teenager who was fatally shot by a neighborhood watch volunteer, will speak in El Paso.
- Letters to the Editor
Thurgood Marshall would be concerned about all violenceThurgood Marshall would be concerned about all violenceI believe he would also express concern about the thousands of young African-Americans killed in black-on-black murders
- David Plazas
Why The Tennessean published arrested teen’s op-edWhy The Tennessean published arrested teen’s op-edReaders have responded strongly to Conne Molette's article about her encounter with MNPD.
Letters to editor, 12/22Letters to editor, 12/22Letters to editor, 12/22
Man accused of trying to kill George Zimmerman due in courtMan accused of trying to kill George Zimmerman due in courtThe man accused of trying to kill George Zimmerman is expected to be back in court Wednesday.
- Nation Now
Smithsonian black history museum still on lookout for artifactsSmithsonian black history museum still on lookout for artifactsMuseum staff traveled the country searching for artifacts from the movement.
- Crime & Courts
Former legislative clerk pleads guilty to powder hoaxFormer legislative clerk pleads guilty to powder hoaxA former clerk to Iowa State. Rep. Ako Abdul-Samad pleaded guilty on Monday to charges stemming from threatening letter
Teen justifiably arrested but made to feel powerlessTeen justifiably arrested but made to feel powerlessArrested high school student felt she was treated differently than her friend because she is black.
- Nation Now
How do we find the language to fight racism?How do we find the language to fight racism?Disputes emerge even over the words used to describe anguish felt by African Americans.
Are Liberals also responsible for their deadly rhetoric?Are Liberals also responsible for their deadly rhetoric?Are Liberals also responsible for their deadly rhetoric?
In Dover, they await jury's decisionIn Dover, they await jury's decisionMost people in Dover agree police officer was wrong to kick man in face, but unsure of punishment
Twitter suspends Zimmerman for revenge porn tweetsTwitter suspends Zimmerman for revenge porn tweetsGeorge Zimmerman is in the news again. Ever since his acquittal in the Trayvon Martin case, he has had multiple encounters with the law and the media.
Thumbs up, thumbs down: Dec. 4, 2015Thumbs up, thumbs down: Dec. 4, 2015A Brevard take on winners and losers of the week
Delaware's 'uncomfortable' conversation about raceDelaware's 'uncomfortable' conversation about raceThe dialogue takes a turn when Chief Justice Strine encourages those at town hall meeting to avoid language that divides
Black Lives Matter MPLS leaders speak upBlack Lives Matter MPLS leaders speak upBlack Lives Matter MPLS Leaders Speak Up
Artists join revitalization movement in ArgentaArtists join revitalization movement in ArgentaNORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - At the corner of 4th and Main, you’ll find history. Chris James says, “It’s been growing so much as an art district.
'Black Lives Matter' church banner vandalized'Black Lives Matter' church banner vandalizedA Black Lives Matter banner hanging on the First Unitarian Society of Denver's building was vandalized sometime Saturday night.