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Prosecutors declined last year to file charges against the officer involved in the shooting, Brian Trainer, who failed to turn on his body camera before the incident.
When it comes to Black social justice groups, the FBI’s motto is, “Monitor now, ask questions later.”
“Get to know yourself. Learn from each scar, each wound, each victory,” Alicia Garza writes in a letter addressed to her younger self in honor of National Coming Out Day.
From fake Black activist social media accounts to a Facebook ad of a Black woman ready to fire a gun, Russian trolls attempted to manipulate Americans.
A Louisiana police officer cannot sue Black Lives Matter because it is a social movement.
Jackson refuted President Trump’s claim that NFL players who protest are “sons of bitches.”
The protesters committed no crime and posed no threat to the safety of police or others, the lawsuit said.
More than 120 people were arrested late Sunday, when police in riot gear used pepper spray and detained activists who defied orders to disperse following larger, peaceful protests.
A meme posted on the Chelan County Emergency Management page encouraging killing protesters receives backlash on social media.
The president of the Missouri chapter of the NAACP spoke with DiversityInc about the organization’s next steps after issuing its first ever statewide travel advisory — and what it means.
The NAACP and allies rallied at the Capitol in Jefferson City to dissuade the signing of a bill that fails to protect minorities.
NFL manager says teams will use Kaepernick as cautionary tale to prevent players "from doing what he did."
The lawsuit named activist DeRay McKesson and four other Black Lives Matter leaders as defendants.
Lisa Durden lost her job following an appearance on Tucker Carlson's show.
“Acting through the CPD, the City of Chicago promotes a culture of rampant brutality, especially against people of color,” the lawsuit states.
“I have been threatened with lynching and having the bullet from a .44 Magnum put in my head,” said Professor Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor.
Sheriff David Clarke made the announcement on a radio show, but DHS said that “no such announcement” has been made yet.
In time for Mother’s Day, a coalition, including Black Lives Matter, plans to post bail for Black mothers who are not convicted of a crime yet remain in jail because they cannot afford to pay.
Allen Scarsella’s actions were fueled by “repugnant, racist ideas,” said the presiding judge.
Bills that would result in harm to protesters are “incompatible with international human rights,” said U.N. experts on peaceful assembly.
“I thought I was going to be like the next Trayvon Martin,” Nandi Cain Jr. said after the incident. Meanwhile, the Justice Department calls for less police reform.
The ad, featuring model Kendall Jenner, prompted outrage and ridicule from those who said it trivialized the Black Lives Matter movement.
With no indication of criminal activity, the NYPD’s undercover operation comes into legal question.
BLM and the Black community have condemned the heinous hate crime, which police have not connected to any group. Yet, #BLMKidnapping prematurely trended on social media.