In 1943, simmering racial unease exploded as hundreds of white sailors stationed in Los Angeles stormed into East L.A. and began beating Hispanics.
A recent event at Oak Flat Campground featured Apache rhymers and their colleagues from Dine (Navajo), Ogala Lakota, Sicangu Lakota, and Yaqui cultures.
The city's labor movement came together to nominate James Kenney as the Philly Democrats' mayoral candidate this November.
A park was the scene here on Memorial Day (May 25) of a symbolic ceremony of burial for the Confederate flag.
The multi-talented, much beloved Maya Angelou died one year ago today at her home in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Communities are celebrating the achievements of Asian and Pacific Americans.
Restoring and increasing funds for California's human needs programs tops the agenda of many legislators.
Of progressive bills, the one that appears to be moving forward most quickly is the Freedom to Travel to Cuba Act of 2015.
Bethany Yellowtail's work is a vibrant, elegant melding of classic style and the staples of her Native upbringing.
Nearly 200 Chicagoans rallied in front of the building where Gov. Rauner owns a lakefront penthouse.