The world's largest Confederate Monument faces renewed calls for removal
The Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial, with it's pro-slavery legacy, faces renewed demands of removal after the killing of George Floyd
Gap in U.S. Black and white unemployment rates is widest in 5 years
The white unemployment rate fell to 10.1% from 12.4%, while the rate for Blacks dropped to 15.4% from 16.8%
As the men of stone fall, who should rise up and take their place?
Plinths stand empty after protesters topple statues glorifying white power. Now calls grow for new ways to honor Black lives and unsung U.S. immigrants
S. African activists hail ruling to protect poor residents from police raids
Johannesburg High Court said raids conducted without warrants are unconstitutional, degrading and invasive
OPINION: I'm a young Black man who used to oppose Black Lives Matter
The #BlackLivesMatter movement opened my eyes to the extent of anti-Black racism in the United States today
U.S. public more aware of racial inequality but still rejects reparations -Reuters/Ipsos polling
A Reuters/Ipsos poll showed clear divisions along partisan and racial lines, with only one in 10 white respondents supporting the idea and half of Black respondents endorsing it.
Calls for reparations gain steam as U.S. reckons with racial injustice
The United States has never gotten far on whether or how to compensate African Americans for slavery, now support is growing
Mapping police violence against Black people in the United States
A new study shows that police brutality and racial violence vary widely by location
One month after George Floyd's death, what have the global protests on race and policing achieved?
The protests sparked by Floyd's death have triggered changes in business, sport, culture and policing to address racial inequality around the world
Pakistan's first Sheedi lawmaker targets 'scourge of racism'
From bullying to beauty ideals, country’s Afro-descendant minority have long been marginalised