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The White House called the move "historic" in a press release, but the new executive order does not go as far as the major police reform Biden promised during his election campaign
The Indian team was making the gesture for the first time. Players of the Pakistan team, meanwhile, too paid a tribute by holding their right hand to their heart.
'Naomi Osaka', a three-part docuseries debuted on Netflix on Friday, takes a look at the challenges of a young athlete navigating her path amid rising stardom.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is strictly against any form of propaganda or political statements made during the Games and hence they will be enforcing Rule 50 of their Olympic Charter at Tokyo 2020.
Ja Morant had an eventful initiation into the NBA. The Memphis Grizzlies star ended the pandemic-affected, fan-less season by winning the Rookie of the Year for the 2019-20 season.
The role police officers should play in the annual parade has been debated for years, but it took on new heat amid a national reckoning around police brutality.
Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22 and a half years in jail today for murdering African American George Floyd, a killing that sparked America's biggest demonstrations for racial justice in decades.
Video of Montreal police kneeling on Black teen's neck spurs public outrage, calls for investigation
Canada has been undergoing a national awakening about institutional racism including among police forces, that has been fueled by the Black Lives Matter movement
'It's starting to recognise the African American experience': Black community marks new Juneteenth holiday
A Juneteenth parade was held in Evanston, Illinois, a Chicago suburb that is using tax revenue from marijuana sales to offer housing grants to Black residents for past discrimination and the lingering effects of slavery.
Colorism — or discrimination against darker-skinned people within their same ethnic group — lurks deep among pretty much all communities with varying levels of melanin. But it doesn’t get talked about, and that could be a setback for the racial justice efforts that intensified after the police killing of George Floyd last year.
Police said 27 people have been arrested in the protest, with 26 accused of rioting and one facing a weapons charge
The concert being held by the George Floyd Foundation is among events being held across the nation to mark the anniversary of his death.
Karun Chandhok wants more awareness against racism in sports after being denied entry into restaurant
Chandhok said he would not dwell on the past but focus on contributing to make the sport more diverse including having more Indians on board.
Louisiana State Police officer withheld body camera video that recorded Ronald Greene’s deadly arrest
The case drew national attention when body camera videos showed troopers jolting the Black man with stun guns, putting him in a chokehold and dragging him by his ankle shackles
Floyd, 46, who was Black, died on Memorial Day 2020 after then officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck, pinning him to the ground for about 9 1/2 minutes
FA Cup final: Youri Tielemans' sensational strike helps Leicester City upset Chelsea in front of 22,000 fans
Five years after the Foxes stunned the Premier League's giants to become champions, Leicester have now claimed English football's other prestigious trophy, the FA Cup.
The jeering was heard over some applause as more than 20,000 supporters were allowed inside Wembley Stadium after producing negative coronavirus test results.
In new book, historian Elizabeth Hinton unearths racial disturbances, rebellions that have faded from public memory
America on Fire, which will be published on 18 May by Liveright, comes trailing enthusiastic endorsements from a raft of prominent scholars, including Henry Louis Gates Jr., Jill Lepore and Eric Foner. It’s a mark both of the book’s timeliness, and Hinton’s stature as a rising star in a historical profession that is increasingly seeking to understand the explosive growth of the carceral state.
Black Music Action Coalition's 'report card' to scrutinise the industry's progress toward racial parity
The Black Music Action Coalition, which was created last summer, will examine whether companies have been truly committed to making substantial changes or whether its donations and lofty statements were more a matter of crisis PR.
LeBron James took down his tweet hours later, explaining his post was "being used to create more hate". Conservative pundits accused him of racism and irresponsible behaviour over the tweet which was about the shooting of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant by a policeman.