Just four miles from where George Floyd died and 30 minutes from Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, a Catholic sister is trying to start a racial reckoning in her church. For the woman helping her do it, it's a first: Never before has her racial equity group worked with a religious organization. But, if her recent business boom is any indication, it won't be the last.
The Catholic Sister Starting A Racial Reckoning In The Twin Cities
Sister Susan Hames is trying to change her church. "We're aware of how White we are," she says. It could be the start of meaningful change.
Pa. school to consider ending 'big Afro' ban after NAACP's letter
After facing questions from the NAACP and a parent, a Philadelphia school is prepared to relax its ban on "big Afros."
NAACP asks Philadelphia school to end ban on 'big Afros,' dreadlocks
The NAACP called out the Christian school, saying policies based on a person's hairstyle or texture disproportionately impact Black people.
How a Navajo Nation complaint nearly upended Monday's moon mission
Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren said he has no issue with space exploration, but it's what's on board the lunar lander that raised concerns.
'Scripps News Showcase' spotlights groundbreaking documentary films
Tune in every Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. ET to watch compelling documentaries from independent filmmakers.
Trump says he strongly supports IVF after Alabama court ruling
Former President Trump said supporting the availability of IVF in every state will be part of the Republican Party's mission under his leadership.
Report: 25% of children in New York City are living in poverty
More than 1.5 million adults and more than 400,000 children in the Big Apple lived in poverty in 2022.