After serving 39 years and ten months, Debbie Sims Africa, 61, one of the remaining incarcerated members of the MOVE organization, known as the MOVE 9, has been released on parole.
Chicago residents push back on city plans to build a multi-million dollar police and fire training academy.
A Black graduate student fell asleep in the common area of her dormitory. She awoke to a racially charged encounter, but invoked a promise she made to herself after seeing what happened to motorist Sandra Bland years before in a Texas traffic stop.
Hip hop artist Kendrick Lamar’s works are more than music, they are literary masterpieces
How the recent performance of Beyoncé Knowles made a powerful intersection of black power, black celebrity and HBCUs.
Harlem, Ny. — Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral of activist Erica Garner on Monday, January 8. Garner, a 27-year-old-mother-of-two and social activist suffered an asthma attack that triggered a massive heart attack.
Garner threw herself into activism after her father, Eric Garner, died at the hands of New York police officers.
In an update with the Justice Department, the City of Ferguson said that it is reviewing nearly 8,000 municipal cases before 2014 to determine which should be dismissed.
Months after being appointed the first female Chief of Police in Dallas, Renee Hall implemented a complete departmental reorganization.
Shifting responsibilities and adding what she says is a more flexible structure, Chief Hall says her plans put service first and the will improve the quality of police response to citizens.
Almost six years have passed in the police shooting death of Ramarley Graham, but his mother, Constance Malcom, still fights for justice.
Last week, Malcom announced she filed a Freedom of Information lawsuit against the New York Police Department.