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Texas Approves Mexican-American Studies Course Under Different Name
The class will be called "ethnic studies" instead.
Texas Mother Sentenced To Five Years For Voting In Presidential Election While On Probation
Crystal Mason says she didn't know her voting rights had been stripped away.
Call A Spade A Spade: Austin Bomber Wasn’t Challenged, He Was A Terrorist
The benefit of the doubt does wonders for non-black suspects.
‘Affluenza’ Teen Ethan Couch To Be Released From Jail In April
A friend of a victim killed by Couch says he thinks the teen has "transformed."
Texas Teachers Use Their Saturday Off For Gun Training
Wow, it's happening.
Texas Poised To Make History With First Two Latina Congresswomen
Mujeres for the win.
Texas Teacher Rocks Student’s Adorable Hairstyle, Proving Black Girl Magic Is Real
We see you, Ms. Bishop and we appreciate you.
Texas Prison Escapee Returns To Grounds With Home-Cooked Food
Joshua Hansen, an inmate at the federal prison in Beaumont, Texas, would bring alcohol, tobacco, and lots of home-cooked food.
Texas Woman Gets Five Years For Shooting Gun Out Of Moving Car, Posting Footage On Snapchat
Sierra Tarbutton pleaded guilty to criminal mischief and deadly conduct charges.
Woman Arrested After Posing As Child’s Father And Sending Death Threats To Herself
Lisa Garcia's plan fell apart when she claimed Berrott texted her when he was in police custody for the initial fake threats.
Report: Black Women In Texas Face The Highest Maternal Mortality Rate In The Country
Black pregnant women are dying at disproportioanately high rates in Texas.
Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
Texas Woman Shoots, Kills And Dismembers Sleeping Boyfriend
Love, doesn't it make you feel all warm and tingly inside?
‘Hand In Hand’ Telethon Raises $44 Million For Hurricane Relief
The two hurricanes are projected to have caused up to $200 billion in damage.
Danielle Palmer / USA Today
Liquid Gold: Mom Donates Abundance Of Breast Milk To Hurricane Harvey Victims
"All of that milk was going straight to the freezer."
Donald Trump Says North Dakotans Are “Better Off” With A Drought Than Harvey Victims
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Memphis Teacher Caught On Video Dragging 7-Year-Old…
The child's mother plans to press criminal charges.
California Police Kill 26-Year-Old Father In Walmart…
“They saw a car full of black people sitting in front of a Walmart, and they decided that was suspicious.”
Arkansas Judge Protests Death Penalty, Accuses…
Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen calls capital punishment "premeditated murder."
Mission Accomplished: J.Cole Doesn’t Let Nas Down With ‘KOD’
April 23, 2018 - 9:21 am
The rap legend gave Cole’s surprise album a stamp of approval.
Why Hasn't The Hip-Hop Boom Pushed More Black Executives To The Top?
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#MeToo: Founder Tarana Burke On Sexual Assault, Stigmas And Society
After 20 Years In The Game, Mya Is Ready For Whatever