President Donald Trump’s Muslim Ban 2.0 is facing the same roadblocks as its predecessor despite being “watered down.”
A Howard County, Md. high school English teacher came back to the classroom on Tuesday after being on administrative leave following a clearly misguided moment. The unnamed teacher reportedly instructed students to write a “fun” slave song as they learned about Frederick Douglass.
Police officers in Maryland are being criticized after the public gained access to video footage of them arresting and pepper-spraying a 15-year-old girl.
Last weekend, another black woman made history, and we could not be more excited about it.
Tera Poole graduated from the University of Maryland’s School of Dentistry as the 2016 class valedictorian. She was the first Black person to ever do it.
The political framework in the state of Maryland is building up to make the next election very interesting. Just a couple of weeks ago, DeRay McKesson, a prominent Black Lives Matter activist, announced that he’s running for mayor of Baltimore. Now, Maryland has given recently released felons the right to vote in the upcoming election.
A University of Maryland basketball player is banned from enrolling in courses after being arrested for stealing an ice cream cone from a convenience store.
Trayvon Reed faces charges of second-degree assault, second-degree assault of a police officer, resisting arrest and theft under $100.
Maryland has never had a black governor, but that all could change if Anthony Brown wins the election.
Brown, who serves at Lt. Gov., won the gubernatorial Democratic primary.
The Maryland school board passed new disciplinary regulations that will end its zero-tolerance policy.
The regulations come after four years of deliberations, and provide hope for a large number of boys, special education students and African Americans who are sent home or jailed for minor infractions.
A Maryland girl was beaten unconscious by at least four classmates Tuesday morning.
The 7-year-old was assaulted during recess at Thomas Claggett Elementary School in District Height.
November 5th marked a day where many citizens took to the polls to election local officials. The day was particularly memorable for those in Takoma Park, Maryland, as the city became the first in the U.S. to lower the voting age to 16 in municipal elections.