A white man stabbed Ann Marie Washington in a subway station and "started punching her in her face because she was Black," a witness said.
A 57-year-old Black woman is recovering from surgery to repair a collapsed lung because while exiting a subway in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was punched in the mouth and stabbed by a white man who called her a "Black b--ch" The NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the attack as a hate crime.
A threat on a man's life isn't a pressing issue, according to the District Attorney's office in Manhattan.
A white nationalist sent CNN host Don Lemon death threats in the fall of 2017 via Twitter. Lemon tried to pursue legal action, but was recently informed that the District Attorney's office would not be pursuing charges.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo blames Trump and Republicans for the violence. But, New York City has a history of violence from racists.
The far-right men's organization "Proud Boys" violently beat protesters Friday night following a Republican event in Manhattan. After inaction by the New York Police Department during the attack, three members of the racist gang were arrested — finally.
"You're not a physician or any s--- like that tonight," an NYPD supervisor told Dr. Clyde Pemberton.
Dr. Clyde Pemberton, a Black restaurant owner and retired psychiatrist in Harlem, sued the NYPD for his arrest after he helped an unconscious white woman in his restaurant.
When Pemberton tried to tell the white supervisor from the 28th precinct that he was a doctor, the officer interrupted him:
"You're not a physician or any s--- like that tonight," Pemberton recalled.
The federal lawsuit is claiming a #WhileBlack moment— removal of the right to be a professional and business owner.
"We don't want politics to play a part, we just want justice," said Gwen Carr, Garner's mother.
The New York Police Department told the Department of Justice it has until the end of August to move forward with taking action in the death of Eric Garner, or else it will take matters into its own hands. Meanwhile, on the fourth anniversary of his death, Garner's family asks why they can't just take action now.
What hurt Calvin Moreland the most was being treated as "just another Black man in the hood."
A police officer tased and threatened a 27-year-old Black National Guard soldier and asked if he "wanted another round" after the man complied with the law. Calvin Moreland now questions why he wasn't seen as a brother but instead as "just another Black man in the hood."
Russell Simmons Demeans #MeToo Movement as NYPD Launches Formal Investigation into Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Simmons disrespected the entire #MeToo movement while trying to make himself appear innocent.
Amid mounting accusations of sexual misconduct, the New York Police Department has launched an official investigation into disgraced music mogul Russell Simmons. Meanwhile, Simmons took to social media to belittle the entire #MeToo movement.
After slamming Blake to the ground in 2015 in an alleged case of mistaken identity, NYPD officer James Frascatore now claims he has been painted as "a racist and a goon."
Two years ago, former tennis star James Blake was mistaken for a suspect in an NYPD fraud investigation and tackled and handcuffed by an NYPD plainclothes officer. Now, after the release of Blake's book "Ways of Grace," where he speaks openly about the incident, the officer, James Frascatore, is defending himself with a vengeance, claiming Blake portrayed him as "a racist and a goon."
Officer James Frascatore tackled Blake in 2015 while Blake stood outside a hotel.
According to the shooter's girlfriend he was a paranoid schizophrenic who stopped taking his medication.
The fatal shooting of a New York Police Department officer has left a community devastated as police try to piece together a motive for the murder. The shooter, who had posted anti-police sentiments online, suffered from a mental illness, according to his girlfriend and family.