Three white men face trial for chasing and fatally shooting Arbery, an unarmed Black man, in the US state of Georgia.
Cancer cells from Lacks, a Black woman, provided breakthroughs from polio to HIV, but were taken without her knowledge.
Former contract worker hired through a staffing agency was subjected to racially hostile work environment, a jury said.
From his father’s murder to racism in the UK, the moments that inspired the 74-year-old to skip the London Marathon.
Anthropologist Wade Davis argues that racism and wealth disparity have eroded social solidarity among Americans.
Report by Colorado official found Aurora police had culture of treating Black people differently to white people.
Efforts to open up Colombia’s economy have caused displacement, poverty and violence for Afro-Colombian communities.
Former DA Jackie Johnson is charged with violating her oath of office and hindering a law enforcement officer.
Thomas Lane, J. Kueng and Tou Thao do not want their trials to be broadcast like Derek Chauvin’s.
In his column recalling past interviews, reporter A Craig Copetas revisits conversations with the American novelist.
Prime Minister to apologise over early morning raids in 1970s on people of Pacific Island descent.
Nearly 100 members of Congress and watchdog groups are raising concerns about anti-Asian bias at the Justice Dept.
Employees at Activision Blizzard Inc. are calling for a strike Wednesday to protest firm’s handling of recent suit.
Robert Aaron Long says he is guilty in four of the eight deaths he caused in Atlanta-area spas.