NAACP Lauds American Airlines But Keeps Travel AdvisoryCivil rights activists are praising American Airlines and their plan to train employees to counteract bias, but the NAACP is still warning African Americans about flying on the airline.
American Airlines Vows To Take Steps Against Racial BiasThe airline announced the steps Thursday after a meeting between CEO Doug Parker and NAACP President Derrick Johnson.
Trump Nominating White Men As Judges At Highest Rate In Nearly 30 YearsPresident Trump is nominating white men to federal courts at a rate that is threatening to reverse a transformation toward a judiciary that reflects the nation's diversity.
American Airlines CEO Meets With NAACP Over Bias ComplaintsAmerican Airlines said that CEO Doug Parker had a "positive" meeting Tuesday with some civil rights leaders who have accused the airline of racial bias.
American Airlines Responds to NAACP Travel WarningFort Worth-based American Airlines is promising to meet with the NAACP after the civil rights organization issued a travel warning to African-American customers.
NAACP Issues Travel Warning About American AirlinesThe NAACP says it's alerting black travelers to exercise caution because, "booking and boarding flights could cause them disrespectful, discriminatory or unsafe conditions."
New Dallas PD Chief To Community: 'We Are One'New Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall spent part of her first day on the job visiting with community members in Oak Cliff and candidly talking about improving race and community relations.
Protesters Call For Evacuation Of Nichols Junior HighParents are concerned something in the school is making kids and staff sick.
No Cease Fire In War Of Words Over Arlington 'Sick School' ComplaintsOn Thursday night, critics are planning a protest rally at district headquarters at 7:00 p.m. to keep up the pressure on the school board regarding concerns about Nichols Junior High.
NAACP Files Lawsuit To Close "Sick" School Until District Finds AnswersStudents and staff at Nichols Junior High in Arlington have been saying that something in the school has been making them sick: Now, the Arlington NAACP has filed a lawsuit asking a judge to shutter the school until the district can provide answers.
Alabama City Re-Enacts March That Sparked "Bloody Sunday"Throngs of people converged in the city of Selma, Alabama, for the annual re-enactment of a key event in the civil rights movement. Sunday marked the 52nd anniversary of the march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
National NAACP President Speaks Of 'Twitter-Aged' Civil Rights MovementCornell William Brooks was the keynote speaker at an annual UT Arlington MLK Banquet.