Georgetown Law Professor Sandra Sellers Fired Over 'Reprehensible' Remarks About Black Students On Zoom Recording, Dean SaysOne Georgetown Law professor was fired and another put on leave after "abhorrent" and "reprehensible" remarks were made about evaluating the university's Black students, the university’s dean says.
Black Mother, Son Suing Atlas Group After They Were Denied Service At Ouzo Bay; Restaurant Group Says It Does Not DiscriminateA Black mother and son turned away at a Baltimore restaurant have now filed a lawsuit.
Sheila Dixon Officially Concedes Race In Democratic Primary For Baltimore City MayorFormer Baltimore City Mayor Sheila Dixon officially ends her campaign while congratulating Brandon Scott on winning the democratic nomination.
Deputies: Virginia Man Assaulted 3 People Due To Their RaceDeputies in Virginia said a white man who called to report an assault turned out to be the aggressor, and has been charged with attacking three people because of their race.
Coronavirus Latest: Del. Nick Mosby Asking Maryland Officials For More Racial, ZIP Code DataDel. Nick Mosby sent a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday asking him to release additional coronavirus-related data around race and zip codes.
State May Help Investigate Possible Near-Hanging Of Boy, 8New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has asked the state attorney general's office to help with an investigation in Claremont following an allegation that an 8-year-old biracial boy was nearly hanged by a group of teens.
Anne Arundel Co. Announces Initiatives To Unite Citizens Following Racially Motivated IncidentsAfter several high-profile racial cases in recent years, Anne Arundel County leaders are moving forward on a new initiative that focuses on united citizens and cities.
Congressman Anthony Brown Leads Discussion On Race, Hate At Maryland CollegeRace relations were the subject of a spirited discussion on the University of Maryland College Park campus Thursday night.
Michael Phelps Teases More About His 'Exhilarating' Shark Week ‘Race’Phelps said, "I guess it was more exhilarating than really anything that maybe I’ve done outside of a pool, and I think that was something that surprised me the most."
NBA Gets High Grades Again For Race, Gender HiringA diversity report shows the NBA "significantly ahead" again in professional sports in racial and gender hiring practices.
Groups March For State Of Emergency On Race RelationsA coalition of advocacy groups will march to urge officials to support a state of emergency declaration in light of several alleged race-related events in Maryland.
American University Release Video; Person of Interest in Racial Hate CrimeAmerican University in Washington D.C. releases surveillance video of a person of interest in a racially motivated hate crime.
NFL Receives Overall B Grade In Latest Diversity Report CardThe NFL received a high grade for its racial hiring practices and a C+ for its gender hiring efforts in 2016, according to a diversity report released Wednesday.
Baltimore Sun Poll Shows Who's Leading In The Race For Baltimore MayorA new poll by The Baltimore Sun and the University of Baltimore shows that two mayoral candidates are locked in a virtual tie and surging ahead of other candidates.
Dozens Of Sail Boats In The Inner Harbor For Good CauseFor more than a quarter century, a competition has been making waves up and down the East Coast--and the tradition continues this week.