NYPD Killings 1979 to 1990 This is a 90 percent complete list of persons killed by the New York City Police Department between 1979 and 1990. It does not include many of the well known high profile cases like that of 30 year old African American businessman, Arthur Miller, who was choked to death by
Following the fatal shooting of a black woman in her home by a white officer in Fort Worth, Texas, over the weekend, community members say they have little faith in the role of law enforcement in the city. Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was in her home in the early morning hours of Oct. 12 when officer…
Migrant households separated with the aid of U.S. are refusing reunification over risks: ACLU
September 9, 2018
Immigrant fogeys separated from their infants by way of the Trump administration and lower back to their buildings are refusing to be reunited with their infants as a result of their nations are so unhealthy, an legal professional for the American Civil Liberties Union informed a court docket on Friday. Read Extra
Arrest Warrants Issued for 6 Police Officers in Death of Freddie Gray I cried today watching the press conference of Baltimore State Attorney Marilyn Mosby regarding the death of Freddie Gray. As someone who has been involved in the struggle for justice for decades, including helping to lead numerous demonstrations against police brutality and killing
When the Police Kill Your Son: A Mother's Story When the Police Kill Your Son: A Mother's Story I was introduced to Kathy Oliver, an African-American, at a Jamaican social club in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It came out during our conversation that she was introduced to Jamaican culture by her significant other, a Rastafarian named
Brown v. Board of Education – The Court Decision that Rocked America 60 years Ago
March 28, 2015
Brown v. Board of Education On May 17, 1954, the US Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education, a history altering decision, that, “in the field of public education the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’ has no place" [ic_google_news keyword="Brown v. Board of Education"] Brown v. Board of Education of
The Long Road to Brown, 1865-1954 Long before the 1954 brown v Board of Education, African Americans across the South fought against the Apartheid system of Jim Crow and for quality public education. Within the separate and unequal system African Americans built their own quality education system. The problem was not necessarily the separate system, but
Who Was Malcom X Why Was He Assassinated – A Black Politics Exclusive February 21st marks the fiftieth (50th) anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X. To focus on this occasion, www.blackpolitics.org will feature an exclusivefirst-hand account of Malcolm X, his significance, and the events leading up to his assassination from a man whom J Edgar Hoover
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