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Federal Charges Sought in Eric Garner's Chokehold Death
The Garner family demands reform of the justice system....


Clinton Meets With Families of Blacks Who Died in Shootings
Mothers of Tamir Rice, Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin met presidential candidate....


Ferguson Probe Uncovers Rampant Discrimination and Racism
The Justice Department releases "searing" report on Ferguson's police department and municipal cour...


3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets Movie Review: Relevant and Profound
The documentary chronicles the death of Jordan Davis....


Holder Announces Project to Study Law Enforcement Bias Against Minorities
The $4.75 million project aims to reduce disproportionately high level of discrimination against yo...


Holder Vows to Defend Voting Rights Until His Last Day in Office
Attorney General Eric Holder remains steadfast in the fight to protect voting rights....


Leon Ford Jr., Shot by Police and Paralyzed, Won't Be Silenced
Rallies will be held internationally on Saturday, May 3 for Leon Ford Jr., who was shot and left pa...


Commentary: George Zimmerman's Cowardly “Knockout Game”
George Zimmerman won’t fight anyone, unless, of course, it's another defenseless girlfriend, spouse...


Jordan Davis Documentary Coming to Television
3 1/2 Minutes wowed at the Sundance Film Festival....


"We Are Criminalizing Young People"
The alarming number of students who are suspended, expelled and arrested for minor school offenses ...


This Day in Black History: June 13, 1967
Thurgood Marshall becomes first Black U.S. Supreme Court judge....


Commentary: Josh Brent’s Light Sentence Mocks Justice for All in America
Ex-Dallas Cowboy defensive lineman Josh Brent to serve a paltry 180 days for driving drunk and kill...


Rep. Jesse Jackson Under Criminal Investigation
Federal authorities are investigating allegations that Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. used campaign funds t...


International Criminal Court Says Ivory Coast's Gbagbo Fit for Trial
The International Criminal Court ruled that the former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo is fit ...


Two Men Sentenced to Jail for a Racist Murder in London 18 Years Ago
Eighteen years after Black teen Stephen Lawrence was stabbed to death at a bus stop in London, fore...


International Court Convicts Congo Rebel Leader
Germain Katanga became the second man to be convicted at the International Criminal Court....


Haiti Prisons Called Into Question After Mass Breakout
Last August, more than 300 inmates escaped from Croix-des-Bouquets Civil Prison, a maximum-security...


Eric Holder Grilled on Associated Press and IRS Controversies
Attorney General Eric Holder says he recused himself from AP probe and has called for an investigat...


Today at the White House: April 17, 2012
The government announces a new crack down on illegal gas speculators and a revised drug control str...


Commentary: In Defense of George Zimmerman — and the Right to a Defense
In a truly fair criminal justice system, life-or-death decisions should not depend on whether you c...

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