The Black History Commission of Arkansas and the Arkansas State Archives are hosting a virtual symposium Feb. 6 focused on African American migration.
Lawmakers have filed education bills ranging from requiring Holocaust education to prohibiting the use of the 1619 Project curriculum.
The Washington County Community Remembrance Project is hosting a virtual workshop for students participating in its racial justice essay contest.
An Arkansas native has launched a fundraiser to support the creation of an intentional community focused on Black healing.
An effort is underway to pass legislation that would promote racial healing initiatives in the state of Arkansas.
Representative Monte Hodges of Blytheville is the new president of the nonpartisan Arkansas Legislative Black Caucus.
An exhibit on display at the Old Statehouse Museum showcases 86 Arkansas African American legislators from the 19th century.
A ‘stand your ground’ bill has passed the Arkansas Senate and now heads to the Arkansas House Judiciary Committee.
Arkansas teachers are continuing to learn new platforms and adapt to teaching remotely amid the pandemic.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson expressed support for hate crimes legislation during his 2021 State of the State address.