Bring That Week Back: Family of Renisha McBride Sues Killer

Plus, Sybrina Fulton and Ron Davis attend UN Convention.

Family of Renisha McBride Sues Killer - Sybrina Fulton and Ron Davis attend United Nations International Convention on the elimination of racial discrimination, plus national news. ? Natelege Whaley (@Natelege_)  The family of Renisha McBride has filed a lawsuit against Theodore Wafer, who was found guilty of murder and manslaughter in the fatal shooting of the young woman. The wrongful death lawsuit is for $10 million. A hearing is set for the civil suit on Nov. 18.    (Photo: The Detroit News, Clarence Tabb Jr./the Detroit Free Press/AP Photo)

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Family of Renisha McBride Sues Killer - Sybrina Fulton and Ron Davis attend United Nations International Convention on the elimination of racial discrimination, plus national news. — Natelege Whaley (@Natelege_) The family of Renisha McBride has filed a lawsuit against Theodore Wafer, who was found guilty of murder and manslaughter in the fatal shooting of the young woman. The wrongful death lawsuit is for $10 million. A hearing is set for the civil suit on Nov. 18.  (Photo: The Detroit News, Clarence Tabb Jr./the Detroit Free Press/AP Photo)

Sybrina Fulton and Ron Davis Speak at UN Conference - The mother of Trayvon Martin and the father of Jordan Davis were present at the United Nations International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination review in Geneva, Switzerland. Sybrina Fulton and Ron Davis were part of a delegation calling for the UN to review whether the U.S. is complying with the treaty approved in 1994.    (Photos from left: Joe Burbank-Pool/Getty Images, Bob Mack,/The Florida Times-Union, Pool/AP Photo)

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Sybrina Fulton and Ron Davis Speak at UN Conference - The mother of Trayvon Martin and the father of Jordan Davis were present at the United Nations International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination review in Geneva, Switzerland. Sybrina Fulton and Ron Davis were part of a delegation calling for the UN to review whether the U.S. is complying with the treaty approved in 1994.   (Photos from left: Joe Burbank-Pool/Getty Images, Bob Mack,/The Florida Times-Union, Pool/AP Photo)

Student Kicked Out of Sorority for Racist Snapchat  - A student at the University of Alabama is now eating her words after sending a racist Snapchat to her friends. "Chi O got NO n----s!!!!" was the caption in a photo she sent of her self and two other white women. This happened during the same weekend of the university's Bid Day, when 21 African-American women were invited to join several white sororities ? the first time ever.   (Photo: Snapchat)

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Student Kicked Out of Sorority for Racist Snapchat  - A student at the University of Alabama is now eating her words after sending a racist Snapchat to her friends. "Chi O got NO n----s!!!!" was the caption in a photo she sent of her self and two other white women. This happened during the same weekend of the university's Bid Day, when 21 African-American women were invited to join several white sororities — the first time ever.  (Photo: Snapchat)

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Missing Model Found in Hospital - Model Ataui-Deng Hopkins, 22, of Sudan, has been discovered in a New York City hospital. Hopkins was reportedly missing and was last seen in Manhattan on Aug. 6 before being recovered. (Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

Jennifer Hudson's Half Brother Arrested for Stabbing Attack - The half-brother of Jennifer Hudson, Steven Simpson, has been arrested for allegedly stabbing a man multiple times, the New York Daily News reports. The story goes that Simpson was looking to find his estranged wife and became angry when he found out she had a boyfriend, who is the victim. The man was taken to an area hospital where he received stiches for his wounds.  (Photo:Law Enforcement)

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Jennifer Hudson's Half Brother Arrested for Stabbing Attack - The half-brother of Jennifer Hudson, Steven Simpson, has been arrested for allegedly stabbing a man multiple times, the New York Daily News reports. The story goes that Simpson was looking to find his estranged wife and became angry when he found out she had a boyfriend, who is the victim. The man was taken to an area hospital where he received stiches for his wounds. (Photo:Law Enforcement)

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Eric Garner's Case to be Heard by Grand Jury - The case of Eric Garner, who died after an NYPD officer placed him in a chokehold, will be heard by a grand jury in September. His family and supporters are calling for the officer in the case to be indicted on federal or state charges.   (Photo: AP Photo/Family photo via National Action Network)

White Manager Arrested for Holding Noose Up to Black Workers - James Staab, 59, was sentenced to eight days in a Montgomery County jail for showing a noose to his Black subcontractors at a construction site in Philadelphia Wednesday. He must also visit the city's African-American Museum and explain what he learned to his probation officers, according to MontgomeryNews.com.  (Photo: fergregory/Getty Images)

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White Manager Arrested for Holding Noose Up to Black Workers - James Staab, 59, was sentenced to eight days in a Montgomery County jail for showing a noose to his Black subcontractors at a construction site in Philadelphia Wednesday. He must also visit the city's African-American Museum and explain what he learned to his probation officers, according to MontgomeryNews.com.  (Photo: fergregory/Getty Images)

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Macy's to Pay $650,000 for Racial Profiling Complaints - Macy's Inc. will shell out $650,000 in settlement money to those who filed complaints accusing the store of racial profiling in October 2013. The company will adopt new store policies, including employee training and on police access to its security camera, according to Associated Press.   (Photo: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg via Getty Images)