Civil Rights News
School walkouts, sit-ins planned after Florida shooting
The mass shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 people dead has sparked calls for walkouts, sit-ins and other actions on school campuses nationwide aimed at pushing lawmakers to pass tougher gun laws
Family of woman killed by police may not see full $37M award
The family of a Maryland woman who was fatally shot by police two years ago may never receive the entire $37 million award it was awarded in a lawsuit
Minnesota terror case shows challenge of predicting attacks
The case of a Minnesota woman accused of setting fires on a college campus last month in a self-professed act of jihad raises questions about whether law enforcement could have done more to stop her
Film showcases historically black colleges and universities
Documentary delves into historically black colleges and universities, shows they have been about more than learning what's in books and have been driving forces for African-American economic and political advancement
Jury awards over $37M to family of woman slain in standoff
Jury awards more than $37 million in damages to family of Maryland woman shot and killed by police officer after apartment standoff in 2016
Jury awards $37M to family of woman slain in standoff
A jury has awarded more than $37 million in damages to the family of a Maryland woman shot and killed in her apartment after a six-hour standoff with police
Black athletes in 1980s, 90s not outspoken, but not silent
Public activism from black superstar athletes became muted as their popularity, salaries rose in the 80s and 90s
A look back at the game-changing history of 'Black Panther'
"Black Panther" hits theaters nationwide Friday, and it is being touted as the first modern movie to be fronted by a black superhero. But T'Challa, king of Wakanda, has been breaking down racial barriers long before the Marvel Cinematic Universe came into existence. In fact, the Black Panther had
Chadwick Boseman praises the heroic women of 'Black Panther'
Boseman appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and talks about the making of Marvel's newest superhero film.
OTL: Michigan State secrets extend far beyond Larry Nassar case
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY administrators have long claimed, to the federal government and public, that they have handled sexual assault , violence and gender discrimination complaints properly. But an Outside the Lines investigation has found a pattern of widespread denial, inaction and information