Korrie D. Johnson shares why he had reason to be afraid.
Luke Davis explores the key differences between a blessing and a privilege.
White people are using the threat of 9-11 to settle squabbles with Black people that shouldn’t rise to the attention of a block captain, let alone police.
5 ways to identify the dangers among us.
— One has to stop and take a deep breath coupled with a sarcastic “Lord have mercy, #MovingWhileBlack.” Former President Barak Obama’s White House staffer, Darren Martin, a native New Yorker (Bronx Borough), was actively moving into his new Upper West Side, New York apartment when, according to the New York TV news station WPIX-TV,…
What are the differences between a democratic and an authoritarian approach to policing?
The Middle Finger Presidency takes its hood off.
Kevin Wright discusses how to approach the conversations that won’t come up at the family reunion, but should.
It’s not a few lone wolves, the system is filled with racist officers. Denial gains us nothing.
Is there an answer to stopping this practice?
A History of America Believing the Hype and Propaganda Promoting Racial Profiling
Colin Kaepernick took the chance to speak out in the form of a silent protest.
The tough conversation about race and police brutality is one we have to have.
Dad Gavin Lodge was moved by recent racial tensions, as well as the recent holiday. He took a moment to reflect on the lessons he wants his boys to learn from King’s great legacy.
This is what Steve Locke wore to work today. He was stopped by the police because of it.
Veteran police officer and Commissioner Byron Watson was off duty when he was pulled over for … well he never did find that out.