Social Justice

UN Report Calls For Reparations As Part Of Effort to Dismantle Systemic Racism

The organization’s human rights chief cited police violence.

Opinion: Tupac at 50: Why His Era Was A Different Universe From Hip-Hop Today

There is an extreme difference between the two eras.

Savannah Police Fire 5 Officers After Black Man’s Hanging Death

William Zachary Harvey died in police custody in April.

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.

George Floyd’s Brother Terrence Floyd Speaks About His Brother and the Search for Justice

Terrence Floyd gives his view on the past year.

Philonise Floyd Remembers His Brother George, One Year After His Tragic Death

“Freedom for George means freedom for all.”

Andrew Brown’s Family Says Justice Department Should Intervene In Police Shooting Case

Lawyers representing the family blasted a D.A.’s decision.

Atlanta Officer Who Shot And KIlled Rayshard Brooks Reinstated After Appeal

Garrett Rolfe’s termination was reversed on appeal.

At Andrew Brown Jr.’s Funeral, Rev. Al Sharpton, Others Echo Growing Call For Justice

The service was marked with a cry for police transparency.

Sen. Chuck Schumer Talks Police Reform, Voting Rights And Black-Owned Businesses

The top Senate Democrat faces significant challenges.

Biden Challenges Congress To Pass George Floyd Police Reform Act By End of May

Passage would help him keep a campaign promise.