Around the region, people are filling in the gap to meet the overwhelming need of the moment.  

Fired La Mesa Police Officer Matthew Dages was acquitted of lying in his police report about the violent arrest of a Black man whose brutal treatment from cops was recorded on bodycam video.

Nationally renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump is filing a lawsuit against Louisiana's agency overseeing child welfare over years-old allegations that Black children were sexually abused by "wealthy white men" while in the state's custody.

A video taken from a classroom inside Proviso West High School in Hillside, Illinois, that was released by authorities on Friday shows a Black school employee grabbing and throwing a non-Black student to the ground. The school employee was immediately arrested.

Rumors have spread that Scott was so intent at performing at the festival next year that he offered to do it for free, but the powers that be at Coachella wanted no parts of the outrage that having him perform would incur.

A pair of Facebook Live videos filmed by Kyanna Parsons-Perez showed the extent of what candle factory workers experienced in Mayfield, Kentucky when a tornado hit. But they also showed the heroic role the Black woman played during the extreme weather event.

While the jury did not find that Boston Public Schools discriminated against him, it did find school officials retaliated against Neal for addressing concerns of workplace discrimination.  

Houston rapper, Megan Thee Stallion can now add graduate to her long list of achievements.

While the economy is gradually rebounding, a new poll found that some Black people are still struggling. According to the November Temperature Check Poll from Black to the Future Action Fund, 42 percent of Black adults described their financial situation as "bad." And one-third of respondents reported their financial situations have worsened.