The cultural significance and impact of Black Panther will never die, but the superhero has a special place in the heart of one 10-year-old from Raleigh, N.C., as the movie became the theme for his custom prosthetic leg.
Here’s the good news: This is a story involving white women that has nothing to do with calling the police on black people for horrendously trivial reasons!
Family lore about a great-grandparent’s interracial relationship lines up with clues in census records.
A North Carolina man who warned 911 operators that he was going to kill the “hoodlums” in his neighborhood who had the “devil in them” was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison on Friday.
It’s the Tuesday after a long weekend, and some idiots apparently decided to use their time to hang a black doll by a noose from a building at Wakefield High School in Raleigh, N.C., next to a sign that read “Make Wakefield TRIPP again #smartlunch.”
The lawyer for the family of a black man who was shot and killed in North Carolina after a 911 call reporting "hoodlums" in a Raleigh neighborhood has blasted the alleged shooter as "George Zimmerman 2.0," CBS News reports.
A North Carolina man who made a 911 call about "hoodlums" near his house is now facing charges in the fatal shooting of a black man who was outside the home at the time, the Associated Press reports.
In the past two days, we've seen two black men—Alton Sterling and Philando Castile—fatally gunned down by police officers in two different states while legally carrying, but not holding or pointing, a firearm.