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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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White Supremacists Attack Black DJ Over Music, FBI Investigates

They could be facing hate-crime charges.

Rec Room Bar and Grill, Lynnwood, Wash.

The FBI is helping local authorities investigate an attack on a Black DJ by several white supremacists at a tavern in Washington State over the weekend.

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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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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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CEO of Viscardi Center: Loss of President H.W. Bush and His Impact on the Disability Community

"People with disabilities have lost a powerful advocate and friend," writes John D. Kemp.

By John D. Kemp, President & CEO, The Viscardi Center

This past weekend, a great and honorable man, President George H. W. Bush passed away. I'd like to take this time, as the whole country continues to mourn his loss, to acknowledge President Bush's remarkable life of service and how much his leadership meant to us and our families and friends. Under his guidance, our civil rights were finally assured.

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Republicans in Florida are trying to obstruct official government business by attempting to undermine the implementations of restoring voting rights to 1.4 million former felons. This would be the largest expansion of voting rights in decades.

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VA Diversity Official's Statement Against White Supremacists Rejected by Trump Appointee

Georgia Coffey reached a tipping point when her request to condemn white supremacists after the deadly Charlottesville, Va., rally was squashed by a Department of Veterans Affairs communications official, according to emails

A white supremacists carries the Confederate flag in Charlottesville, Va., on Aug. 12, 2017. / REUTERS

The top communications official at the Department of Veterans Affairs reportedly told Georgia Coffey, the chief diversity officer, not to condemn white supremacists after the deadly rally in Charlottesville, Va. Coffey chose to rock the bigot boat, but frustrated by lack of support from the Trump administration, she jumped ship.

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