According to federal statistics, an African-American driver is 31 percent more likely to be pulled over for a traffic citation.
She organized African American women in the South to vote despite the Jim Crow poll tax and other racist restrictions.
An Apache Indian caravan is making a stop in Denver to draw attention to a land grab by a mining giant.
On May 26, the town council in Newstead, New York voted to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Actions over GOP candidate Donald Trump's repugnant comments regarding Mexican immigrants and, by extension, Mexican-Americans.
Politicians across the South are distancing themselves from the Confederate battle flag, but tributes to slaveocracy and its racist legacy persist around the country.
Hidden behind thick live oak trees and palmetto palms, large coquina walls and archways tell the story of slavery and Indian removal in Florida.
Braids flying, sticks scooping, American Indian lacrosse players of all ages bring back a tradition that's more than a game.
"My doctors told me I would never walk again, my mother told me I would; I believed my mother."
Fighting off racist attacks is nothing new for the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C.