Robert Parris Moses, the civil rights activist who survived beatings and jail while championing Black voter registration drives during the 1960s, has died at the age of 86.
The grandmother of Juneteenth -- Ms. Opal Lee -- made a special appearance for some students in North Texas.
A racist rant in a quiet South Jersey neighborhood is going viral. It shows a man hurling racial epithets at his neighbor. Monday, a crowd gathered outside the man’s house, in protest.
The House has approved a bill to remove Confederate statues from the U.S. Capitol.
Kataluna Enriquez was the first transgender woman to win the Miss Nevada title and she could be the first to win the Miss USA title as well.
“Men of Change: Power, Triumph, Truth" opens Saturday, June 26 at the African American Museum in Dallas’ Fair Park.
President Joe Biden said he’s "proud” of athletes Carl Nassib and Kumi Yokoyama, who both recently announced that they’re part of the LGBTQ community.
More than 100 people marched to district headquarters. Some people claim the district is focusing too much on social issues. The district has already said topics like Critical Race Theory are not officially part of any curriculum.
Las Vegas Raiders’ Defensive End Carl Nassib revealed he’s gay in a social media post and said he wants to prevent suicides among LGBTQ youth.
Saturday marked the first time people gathered to remember the day Texas slaves learned about their freedom as a national holiday.
Even though it’s been celebrated for 156 years and recognized in some form in 47 states and the District of Columbia, Juneteenth did not become a federal holiday until this week.
For Oak Cliff, a non-profit working to change outcomes in the 75216 zip code, will have a new home in a one that has a rich past.
The challenge is open to all ages. And while it can be done alone in private, the hope is it sparks 21 long-overdue conversations.
A new statue of George Floyd was unveiled at Newark's City Hall.
After years of persistence and hundreds of miles walked, 94-year-old Opal Lee's mission to make Juneteenth a federal holiday has become a reality. She was even able to see her hard work brought to life in person.
The water tower in Rowlett is glowing with pride colors once again. Leaders agreed to keep the LGBTQ display despite opposition.
Both chambers of Congress have now given the green light to making Juneteenth a federal holiday, which is exciting news for the Fort Worth grandmother who has been lobbying for the observance to be nationally recognized.
Billionaire philanthropist Mackenzie Scott is donating billions of dollars to hundreds of organizations across the country. One of those is a Dallas organization that creates experiences for all kids.
A Rowlett proclamation honoring pride month and lighting the water tower in pride colors is being met with support and also severe pushback. Multiple council members disagreed with the proclamation and disagreed with the mayor making the decision without their consent, sending emails amongst themselves, religious leaders, the mayor and the city manager.
The Fort Worth woman nicknamed ‘the grandmother of Juneteenth’ wants to see you move this weekend. Lee is no match for naysayers or the predicted extreme heat.