Co-founder Alicia Garza recently stressed on MSNBC that BLM has never called for the murder for police officers, only for them to be "accountable, transparent and responsible."
The New York Knicks star also took out a full page ad in the "New York Daily News," asking players to worry less about endorsement deals and more about demanding change.
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Sixteen female West Point cadets, who took a photo with their arms raised in Black Power fists, did not violate a directive that warns against “partisan political activity” while in uniform
Their empowering gesture may violate a Department of Defense rule that warns against “partisan political activity” while in uniform. Sigh.
Roland Martin asks Brilliant Corner‘s Presdient Cornell Belcher if Black Lives Matter has more of an influence on African-Americans than traditional civil rights organizations based on…
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Despite cell phone video footage continuously capturing instances of police brutality, a new study has found that it's still nearly impossible to prove that an officer "intended" to violate a person's civil rights.
A Baltimore city school police officer has been placed on leave without pay after a video of him slapping and kicking a 16-year-old student went viral.
Abdi Mohamed, 17, is currently in a coma after police shot him for wielding a metal object which was actually a broken broomstick.
The summer of 2014 was the summer of unrest. Even those of us who were in the trenches in Ferguson covering the protests, marches…