Mistrial Declared in Trial of Ex-Officer Accused in Breonna Taylor Civil Rights Case, Jury Left Deadlocked
Brett Hankison had faced life in prison, but jurors could not come to an agreement on his guilt.
Two Black Men Recount Their Childhood Trauma of Being Arrested, Jailed, and Beaten After White Girl Kissed Them on the Cheek
In one fateful moment, the lives of James Hanover Thompson and David Simpson were forever changed, destroying their childhood innocence and perpetually tying them to “The Kissing Case.”
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S4 • E19Tyler Perry's Assisted LivingBy Any Means Necessary
Jeremy becomes convinced that Phillip's girlfriend Chilecia is a good-luck charm at the poker table, and Reginald encourages the kids to have more faith in the U.S. political system.
Philadelphia Event Focuses On Keeping Civil Rights Movement Stories Alive
Former U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young and other icons commemorated 10 years of Comcast’s ‘Voices of the Civil Rights Movement.’
Hooters To Pay Black Workers $650,000 In Lawsuit Settlement
The employees claimed they were subject to ‘racist comments and discriminatory hiring practices’ by the management team of the restaurant.
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S1 • E7America in BlackMarch on Washington 60 Years Later
Activists discuss sexism in the Civil Rights Movement, George Raveling explains how he got the original "I Have a Dream" transcript, and Rep. Justin Pearson shares his hopes for the future.
BET INDEX: New March, Same Dream
Watch the latest episode of BET INDEX to explore how far Black people have come 60 years after the inaugural March on Washington.
DOJ Opens Investigation Into Memphis Police Conduct, Months After Tyre Nichols' Death
‘Every person is entitled to constitutional and non-discriminatory policing,’ Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke says.
New York City To Pay George Floyd Protesters $13 Million In Civil Rights Settlement
Each of the 1,380 plaintiffs in the case will be awarded $9,950.