Several people gave the origin and meaning of their names as they expressed outrage at the mispronunciation of the vice-presidential candidate's name.
Cooper was charged under an existing false-report law that’s been long on the books and doesn’t reference race.
Banks large and small are still regularly cited for discriminatory practices, including allegations of "redlining" Black homebuyers.
While Trump's comments — and his record on race — may have unsettled many Americans, for some Black people they evoke a particularly dark history.
In an Instagram post, the 20-year-old film student said from an age as early as 12 she has been called "ugly", courtesy her brown skin tone.
The banking giant pledged USD 1 billion in initiatives for Black-oriented business needs as US businesses face pressure to respond to rising public concerns about racism.
Bristol Music Trust said Colston Hall will now be known as Bristol Beacon after a lengthy consultation with thousands of local people.
It was horrible, really frightening, I will never work the nightshift again. I'm still very scared, the man told the BBC.
The Grammy and Oscar winner also pointed out that she is not like the ones who would show off the moments of their activism on her show just because it's trendy.
The Brazil forward was one of five players sent off after a mass brawl at the end of PSG's 1-0 loss in Ligue 1 on Sunday.
As Walker is handcuffed, the deputy who punched him tells the bystander that Walker bit him.
Michael Holding criticises England, Australia teams for not taking a knee in support of Black Lives Matter
Australia skipper Aaron Finch had said before the series that his team would not take the knee because "education is more important than the protest".
Instead of the BLM badge, the players' shirts will have a new slogan reading "No Room For Racism" when the 2020/21 Premier League season starts on Saturday.
Daniel Prude died March 30 after he was taken off life support, seven days after the encounter with police in Rochester.
Anti-racism activists said the publication reflected a creeping acceptance of extremist views, fueled by social media.