Starbucks Will Close 8,000 US Stores On May 29 For Racial-Bias TrainingThe announcement follows an uproar over the arrest of two black men who were waiting for a friend at a Philadelphia Starbucks last week.
NAACP Calls For Starbucks Manager To Be Fired After Controversial ArrestsThe arrest, which was captured on video that has since gone viral, sparked accusations of discrimination and racial profiling.
Some Groups Claim Flawed Data From Denver Public SchoolsThe school choice window in Denver Public Schools opens next month, and some civil rights groups say parents will be choosing schools based on flawed data.
NAACP Warns Blacks Against Traveling On American AirlinesThe NAACP is warning blacks that if they fly on American Airlines they could be subject to discrimination or even unsafe conditions.
Search Is On For Person Who Spray Painted Racial Slurs On HomeAn Aurora community is showing support for a woman after her home became the target of a possible hate crime.
Protesters Call For Stop To Moses-El's New TrialAs jury selection got underway Friday, petitions were delivered to the Denver District Attorney demanding that the trial of Clarence Moses-El be called off.
Colorado GOP Chairwoman Apologizes For Posting Image Of Obama As ChimpA Republican committee chairwoman who posted a racist internet meme on her Facebook account is taking responsibility for the insensitive post.
NAACP Still Believes Man Sentenced For Explosion Was Targeting ThemA man who set off a small explosion near the NAACP office in Colorado Springs earlier this year was sentenced to five years in prison on Tuesday.
Man To Be Sentenced For Small Explosion Near NAACP OfficeA man who set off a small explosion near the NAACP office in Colorado Springs earlier this year is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday in Denver federal court.
Suspect In Explosion Near Springs NAACP Office To Change PleaA man accused of setting off a small explosion near the NAACP office in Colorado Springs is set to enter a new plea in the case under a plea deal with prosecutors.
Report: Racial Disparities In Arrests Persist With Legal PotNot surprisingly, the legalization of marijuana in Colorado has reduced pot arrests, but a newly released study says it doesn't solve one of the central goals of drug-policy reformers: ending racial disparities in enforcement.
Suspect In Explosion Near Springs NAACP Office 'Is A Danger'A judge says a man accused of setting off a small explosion last month near a Colorado Springs NAACP office is a danger to the community and must stay jailed without bail.
Suspect In Blast Near Colorado Springs NAACP Office Due In CourtA federal judge will decide whether a man accused of setting off a small explosion that rattled nerves because of its proximity to a Colorado NAACP office should stay jailed before his trial.
Man Accused Of Placing Bomb Outside Springs NAACP Office IndictedA man accused of placing a bomb outside the NAACP office in Colorado Springs has been indicted by a federal grand jury.
Colorado Springs Explosion Suspect: Upset With Tax Prep Business, Not Targeting NAACPA suspect wanted in an explosion near an NAACP headquarters in Colorado Springs last month has been arrested. The suspect told investigators he wasn't targeting the headquarters but was upset with a tax preparation business.