The George Floyd hologram was placed near the spot where a confederate monument was recently removed in Decatur.
The hologram will tour the southern U.S., "replacing sites of racist symbols with one of hope and transformation," organizers said.
A new poll on race relations in the U.S. shows that a clear majority believe the country has a racism problem.
A majority of voters reject reducing police funding and moving that money to social services, despite a national push in recent weeks from activist groups and some politicians, according to an ABC/Washington Post poll released Tuesday.
George Floyd's family attorney Benjamin Crump and his co-counsel are announcing a federal civil rights wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Minneapolis and its police officers Wednesday. Crump is announcing the lawsuit at noon with co-counsel Antonio Romanucci.
Registration for the march is open, and attendees will be required to wear a mask during the event.
Louisville police officers who fatally shot Breonna Taylor while serving a warrant were told she should be home alone. Officers were told the main target of a large-scale narcotics investigation was elsewhere.
The attorney of one of the four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd is asking the court to dismiss the charges against his client.
A third former Minneapolis police officer facing charges connected to the death of George Floyd has been released on bail.
Changes may be coming to the Atlanta Police Department policy. The Atlanta City Council will be taking up those changes during Monday’s meeting.
Today, with thousands protesting nationwide against racial injustice, a years-old push is gaining steam to rename the Edmund Pettus Bridge in honor of Rep. John Lewis, who led the 1965 marchers on “Bloody Sunday.” But the idea is drawing opposition in Selma, including from some who marched with Lewis that day.
In what’s considered the first systematic look at the question, a team of economists determined that only one of 13 cities involved in the earliest wave of protests after Memorial Day had an increase that would fit the pattern.
After watching the brutal death of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers in May, Woodstock Police Chief Calvin Moss took to Facebook in June to pen a candid commentary writing, "Those Minneapolis officers either forgot that sacred Oath or never understood the importance of it in the first place."
The social media giant announced the ban on June 30.
Those tensions, though, flared two weeks ago during a golf-cart parade for President Donald Trump's birthday in which a man shouted, “White Power,” when confronted by anti-Trump protesters. A video clip of that confrontation in America’s largest retirement community was tweeted approvingly by Trump last weekend and then taken down.
Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy announced Thursday that beginning in August the service will no longer include soldiers' photos when soldiers are being considered for promotion.
Each was accused of violating standards of conduct, criticism and use of inappropriate jokes and slurs.
The Associated Press discussed race with six white couples who have adopted or have custody of Black children. These parents are trying to help their children understand race in America while getting an accelerated course themselves.
“This bill is not salvageable and we need bipartisan talks to get to a constructive starting point,” write Democratic leader Chuck Schumer and the co-authors of the party's bill, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J.
The daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a powerful message at Brooks’ funeral on June 23.