Civil Rights & Social Justice

Activists and some of Floyd's supporters feel reopening the street is premature because ongoing talks involving city officials have not yet come to a resolution on how to move forward.

A reflection of the country they represent, Harris, along with other Black women leaders within the Biden administration, leverage their platforms to elevate issues impacting Black and other communities of color that past administrations have overlooked.

With the one-year mark since George Floyd's murder, here's what's changed on the national police reform front -- and what hasn't -- since that fateful Memorial Day in Minneapolis.

Almost a year shy of violently wielding a gun at Black Lives Matter protesters during the height of the movement in St. Louis, Missouri, Mark McCloksey, a Republican provocateur, has announced his plans to run for Senate.

Pasquotank County District Attorney R. Andrew Womble has determined that the police shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, was "justified."

Mikayla's supporters plan to march to Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan's office on May 21 to call for her resignation and to pressure law enforcement to turn the case over to the FBI.

Disagreements over qualified immunity to hold police legally accountable have stalled legislation on police reform as President Joe Biden's deadline of George Floyd's anniversary rapidly approaches.

Families of victims from the 1985 police bombing of Black liberation group MOVE's headquarters in Philadelphia learned remains previously thought destroyed were actually still intact.

Prosecutors dropped the charges against Juanisha Brooks, a Defense Department employee who who was forcibly removed from her car during a March 6 traffic stop in Alexandria, Virginia.

The expected signing of former NFL player Tim Tebow has prompted accusations of "white privilege" as free agent Colin Kaepernick continues getting snubbed for a second chance on the gridiron.