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Black Man Finds 'Slave' Doll With Racial Slurs Hanging in His Work Truck

Steven Parks, and his wife, work for Waste Pro. The incident is being investigated as a crime.

A Black couple in Florida found a lynched "slave doll and a racist warning at their shared workplace.

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Woman to Mom of Disabled Child: 'I Hope You Get Sterilized'

Actress Alyssa Milano comes to Natalie Weaver's defense: "If it's in your nature to lash out at Natalie because her child looks different, you are part of the problem."

Natalie Weaver and her daughter, Sophia.

As it is tradition for most American families, Natalie Weaver shared a Christmas photo of her family on Facebook. The photo included her 10-year-old daughter, Sophia, who has Rett syndrome, a neurological disorder, which causes facial, hand and feet deformities.

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Miami Beach Cop Punches Unarmed Black Man in the Face, Knocking Him Out Cold

Police chief puts officer on desk duty, but he should be fired.

Miami Beach Police Officer Adriel Dominguez sucker-punched a Black man identified as Lowell Poitier Jr., a 35-year-old homeless man, at a hotel in Miami.

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Idaho State Football Players File False-Arrest Suit Against Police

Atoa Fox and Nehemiah McFarlin were accused of robbing a bank.

Atoa Fox and Nehemiah McFarlin

In December 2016, two Idaho State University football players were driving through Box Elder County, headed home to California on Christmas break when Utah police arrested and jailed them for allegedly robbing a bank. A crime they didn't commit.

Atoa Fox and Nehemiah McFarlin filed a lawsuit last week alleging false arrest, illegal search and seizure and excessive force.

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Governor Considering Cyntoia Brown's Bid for Clemency

A Black Lives Matter member confronted Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, who only has six weeks left in office, making the case for Brown's clemency. Lawmakers are advocating for her as well.

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has said he is considering the clemency request for Cyntoia Brown, a sex trafficking victim who was sentenced to life in prison for killing a man who picked her up for sex when she was a teen. The adept questioning of a member of Black Lives Matter Nashville prompted Haslam's statement.

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KKK Costumes Spark Outrage at an Arizona High School

"There's no justification for it," said a student's parent.

A high school play, in which three students wore Ku Klux Klan costumes, angered many parents at a local Arizona prep school.

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Jasmine Headley, age 23, was carrying her child into a city agency building in Brooklyn where SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) is located, and sat on the floor to wait as there were no more chairs. A bystander, Nyashia Ferguson, who goes by the name Monae Sinclair on Facebook, reported she saw a security guard confront Headley and the two got into an argument. Security called the police, and when they arrived, Headley tried to explain, but they cut her off. That's when things got ugly.

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Russell Simmons Has to Face His Accuser in Court

Simmons previously said: "I vehemently deny all the [rape] allegations made against me."

A judge has determined that hip-hop mogul, Russell Simmons, will indeed have his day in court to face one of the women accusing him of rape.

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