A March With Demands: Justice for All
Families join forces to demand an end to police violence.
Mack Wilds: 'You're in a Constant War Zone'
Marc Lamont Hill talks to panelists about how violence affects our communities.
Violence and Black Men: Are We Desensitized?
Panelists talk about the effects of violence on young African-Americans.
How Violence Affects Our Mental Health
Marc Lamont Hill and panelists talk about how we should combat violence in our communities.
His Last Words Were 'I Can't Breathe'
New Yorkers take to the streets to protest against the grand jury's decision not to indict the officer that killed Eric Garner.
President Obama Discusses Modern Civil Rights With BET
Watch a sneak peek of President Barack Obama's exclusive interview with Jeff Johnson from BET News Presents: A Conversation With President Barack Obama, airing Monday at 6P/5C.
Bianca Chardei: 'Abusers Are Smarter Than You Think'
Two survivors talk about how the issue has impacted their lives.
What Can We Do to Help End Domestic Violence?
Panelists discuss steps toward solving the problem.
Domestic Violence: The Numbers Behind It All
Panelists talk about how this serious issue is affecting our community.
John Crawford's Mother: 'I Could Hear Him Struggling to Breathe'
The mothers of young men slain by police officers share their grief and their resolve to prevent senseless killings.
Four Facts About Domestic Violence
Model Bianca Chardei shares statistics that you should know.
A March With Demands: Justice for All
The Justice for All rally seeks to make police brutality and racial profiling a thing of the past.
Millennials React to Grand Jury's Decision in Eric Garner Case
BET hits the streets of New York to talk to young people about how they feel about the decision.
HBCU Students React to Decision in Michael Brown Case
Millennials on the Atlanta University Center share their feelings about the case.
David Banner, Marc Lamont Hill, Joe Budden and others share the meaning behind the nationwide rally cry.
The Killings That Pricked Our Conscience in 2014
This year, like no other, African-Americans rallied to make police violence a thing of the past.
Top Ten Hashtags of 2014
From #Donald Sterling to #HandsUpDontShoot, what kept social media jumping during 2014?
Eric Garner's Daughter: 'I Have to Keep Fighting for Him'
Emerald Snipes, David Banner, Marc Lamont Hill and others talk about the future of the movement after BET's news special
Inside Justice for Us: A BET Town Hall
What's at Stake ambassadors Allyson Carpenter and Maura Chanz go behind the scenes at the news special.
Sorry for 2014: The Biggest Public Apologies of the Year
BET.com recaps notable "I'm sorry" moments.
North Korea's Racist Rant Against President Obama
The beef between the U.S. and North Korea reaches a new low with a verbal attack on President Obama.
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