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Since jumping into the presidential race in June, Hillary Clinton has made it a point to reach out to Black voters, who have long supported her family’s political legacy. But the steady drumbeat of announcing support and endorsements from African-American celebrities, activists, lawmakers and the parents of fallen unarmed Black men is beginning to look, well, like political pandering.

The backlash against Beyonce's new single "Formation" has hit a new high as critics plan to take their distaste for the Black pride track to the streets.

Calling out Newton, Romanowski tweeted: "You will never last in the NFL with that attitude. The world doesn't revolve around you, boy!"

Judge Vonda Evans of Detroit made a compassionate speech about racism and police brutality before sentencing former Michigan police officer William Melendez to prison Tuesday for the beating of an unarmed Black man last year.

Jason Sudeikis made headlines by rocking Jordans to the Golden Globe Awards last month.

Residents of embattled Ferguson, Missouri on Tuesday got a chance to weigh in on a proposal created to help avert a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city, reports The Associated Press.

In a trend that has increased over the years, the National Registry of Exonerations reported an astoundingly high amount of exonerations last year, chiefly among minorities.

A White Maryland student is under fire after a 30-second video of a racist rant against the Black Matter movement went viral.

After news that a White actor was cast to play Michael Jackson on a British TV comedy series surfaced this week, an old interview featuring the King of Pop himself has confirmed what we already knew: White actors shouldn’t portray Black people – period. It was announced Wednesday that Joseph Fiennes – of Shakespeare in Love and American Horror Story: […]

Saying he "did something stupid and wrong," the White president of the Maricopa County chapter of the NAACP on Wednesday apologized for making a sexist comment following a meeting on racial sensitivity, reports the Huffington Post.

A creative leader in the San Antonio, Texas office of a major ad agency is under fire after sending team members an invite late last year to participate in, well, what else? Ghetto Day, according to Adweek's Agency Spy blog.

I’m a White chick who raps, is heavy into hip-hop, and writes about hip-hop culture.