OPINION: Trayvon Martin 10 Years Later - What Has America Really Learned?
Black people still continue to experience the trauma of overpolicing and the nation still makes scant effort to change anything. So what will it take?
OPINION: Who Is Your District Attorney? Why Electing A Prosecutor Is Crucial To Ensuring Justice For You
This year, congressional elections will be a large focus but Black communities should be equally concerned with who prosecutes criminal cases in their city or county.
Minneapolis Cop Holds Black Woman At Gunpoint After Spying Gun Permit
The driver was not carrying a firearm, despite having a valid permit.
OPINION: Guilty Verdicts Are Not Enough, Black People Need Radical Healing From Racial Traumas
The recent verdicts over the past month may seem to respond to injustices, but there is more needed for a population that has been traumatized.
After Collapse Of Police Reform Bill Talks, Supporters Express Dismay, Cast Blame
There was hope for reform, but the prospect now seems lost.
Elijah McClain Case: Officers, Medics To Face Criminal Charges In His 2019 Death
"Nothing will bring back my son," said LaWayne Mosley.
UN Report Calls For Reparations As Part Of Effort to Dismantle Systemic Racism
The organization’s human rights chief cited police violence.
OPINION: How George Floyd Changed the World To Form A Break In The Chain Of Oppression
A conviction is not the end, there is far more work to do.
Philonise Floyd Remembers His Brother George, One Year After His Tragic Death
“Freedom for George means freedom for all.”
3 Main Things To Know About the Justice Department’s Investigation of the Minneapolis Police Department
The probe will analyze the department’s behaviors.