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Organized by Blackout for Human Rights, the artistic celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy returns to the Riverside Chuch in Harlem for a third year.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation forum focused on community-driven solutions to discrimination in health, housing and policing.

A digitized version of late musician will appear with a live band at “Prince: Live on the Big Screen.”

The grants support organizations, artists and activists advancing multi-dimensional narratives about people of color in entertainment.

A new analysis from the Campaign for Black Male Achievement shows that city-level support for Black males is up across the country, but some cities still have a long way to go.

What started with a simple GoFundMe has led to celebrities donating so kids of color can see the Marvel movie. 

Rinku Sen argues that the Congressional budget process is just a tool for the GOP to reach its ultimate goal—a radical reordering of 50 years of immigration policy that is transparent in its hostility toward immigrants of color.

Walker worked with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and led the Southern Christian Leadership Conference during the 1960s.

How artists of color dominated the Grammys in song and speech.

Republican immigration hawks join chorus of criticism as the president prepares to address immigration overhaul in his first State of the Union address.