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Ms. Patrice Cullors and Ms. Opal Tometi, during the 15th Annual MLK Lecture in Social Justice at the University of Pennsylvania, detailed the movement’s do’s and don’ts.
Andrew Smiler considers several reasons why violent people are more likely to be male than female.
“This gotta end, where do we begin? Rest in peace… Tray, Eric, Mike, and all black men.”
America is in a “state of emergency” in relation to the way it views and treats people of color. The Baltimore uprising is a symptom of a much larger problem all marginalized groups face in the United States.
A gentle, soft-spoken giant, the father of Trayvon Martin cleans stain off son’s image with a talk at PA college.
How often do we have the opportunity to hear the life story of our fallen youth? To hear the stories that make them the people that they were at the time of their death and a permanent fixture in our souls.
His murder gave life to perhaps to most lively and sustained debate on racial profiling.
America has an empathy problem.
From the NFL to the NBA to Professional Soccer, from LeBron James to Reggie Bush, athletes join in solidarity and protest: #ICantBreathe
The “Actorvist” who went viral after playing dead in Philly’s Love Park pens an emotional essay on Ferguson.
“Black men are not inherently nefarious.” Dr. Charles Corprew offers the science behind the spiral of racism and violence.
Shirin-Banou Barghi created this series of graphics dedicated to the victims to those killed by police officers.
“A more professional organization,” cited as reason why Philly cops wouldn’t have overreacted like their counterparts in Ferguson.
Receiving reports every day on the murdering of black men causes the Mayor of PHL serious pain.
Historian Louis Venters reexamines the life of a forgotten African-American intellectual and religious leader, and explains why the battle for racial justice is neverending.