A Louisville couple sued their neighbor for allegedly spray-painting swastikas and racial slurs on their driveway. Months later, the couple says they have begun receiving threats with racial slurs and bullets in the mail.
The presidential campaign have raised HBCUs' profile, while calls for racial justice following nationwide protests have delivered record donations. But will it last? And is it enough to address generations of disenfranchisement at the hands and states and the federal government?
Special prosecutor Rosemary Khoury announced in a news conference that there was “insufficient evidence to indict or accuse” officer Dejoure Mercer for the death of Dreasjon “Sean” Reed in an incident that was streamed to thousands on Facebook Live
Dominick David Black, who was 18 when the shootings in Kenosha, Wis., occurred, faces two counts of intentionally selling a gun to a minor after he bought an assault rifle for his 17-year-old friend, Kyle Rittenhouse.
The social media posts told a powerful story of a vulnerable child being rescued amid chaos by hard-working police officers. But lawyers for the boy’s family told The Washington Post that story was a fabrication.