After nearly one year of collaboration, a coalition of black pastors said they now have no confidence in Gov. Jack Markell's ability to deal with racial discrimination. (Photo: ROBERT CRAIG/THE NEWS JOURNAL)

Pastors look to next governor to fix discrimination

Karl Baker, The News Journal  8:07 p.m. EDT July 28, 2016 A coalition of Delaware’s black religious leaders frustrated with Gov. Jack Markell’s response to allegations of racism in state government are turning their energy, and their advocacy, to the…

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Impacts of racism on health examined

As posted by Jessica Masulli Reyes, The News Journal 12:30 a.m. EST March 11, 2016 Public meeting to address cost of racism, following a December report that found ‘rampant’ bias in state government When the NAACP and…

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Race & Health Event March 10 @ 6PM at Theatre N

Please note on Thursday evening, we will host a “Community Conversation” with  Dr. Camara Jones and Dr, Kevin McDonald   The event is FREE AND OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.     RSVP FOR THIS EVENT…


Pastors to Markell: Fire racists in state government

Jenna Pizzi and Karl Baker, The News Journal12:46 a.m. EST March 1, 2016 Downtown Wilmington protest targets reforms needed to address alleged bias in state government The group, comprised of the NAACP and faith leaders,…


Cultural insensitivity’ found at state Labor Department

Karl Baker, The News Journal10:28 a.m. EST February 24, 2016 Documents obtained by The News Journal show measures proposed in light of racism charges An investigation into the Delaware Department of Labor amid allegations of…