Atlanta's Image Challenged by Facts of 1906 Race Massacre
Everyone who moves through downtown Atlanta today passes places where in 1906, innocent Black men and women were chased and beaten to death by a mob of 10,000 white men.
TikToker Rebrands Hot Dogs to ‘Sausage Tacos' and Calls Out Appropriation
Daniela Rabalais has seen white creators on TikTok appropriate or rebrand foods and drinks from other cultures, and wanted to call attention to the harm that can cause. So she flipped the script, making a viral video while preparing a hot dog, giving the ingredients new names. Rabalais joins LX News to talk about culinary appropriation.
The Winter Olympics Finally Stopped Calling Women Skaters ‘Ladies' — and Other Initiatives in Olympic History
Here’s a look at how the Winter Games have evolved on some gender and minority representation — and where there’s still room for growth
GOP Pushes US Schools to Post All Class Materials Online
Republican state lawmakers across the U.S. are trying to require schools to post all course materials online so parents can review them
Stamford Voters to Choose Between CT Lawmaker and Ex-MLB Pro for Mayor
Voters in Stamford, Connecticut’s fastest-growing city, are choosing Tuesday between a sitting state legislator and a former Major League Baseball manager for mayor of a community that has seen a major influx of newcomers during the pandemic. The contest pits Democratic state Rep. Caroline Simmons, who defeated the city’s incumbent mayor in a Democratic primary, against hometown celebrity Bobby...
Ex-Mets Manager Bobby Valentine, CT State Rep. Caroline Simmons Face Off for Stamford Mayor
Former Mets Manager Bobby Valentine and state representative Caroline Simmons face off for mayor in Stamford, Connecticut.
Colin Kaepernick's Story Shows Why Adoptive Parents Need to Talk About Race
Ahead of an upcoming Netflix bio series, NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick told Ebony magazine about growing up Black to adoptive white parents – and wishing he had a mentor to answer uncomfortable questions about race that his parents couldn’t. That resonated with Melissa Guida-Richards, who was also adopted by white parents – and didn’t even know she was Latina until...
Bubba Wallace is Proud of His Win, But ‘We Still Have a Lot of Work to Do'
NASCAR Driver Bubba Wallace talks about winning the Talladega last week and the story of the first Black driver to win a cup, Wendell Scott. Scott won in 1963 but was denied a trophy because event promoters did not want to see a Black man pose with or kiss a white trophy girl. Wallace talks about the history behind his...