Castile's uncle stressed that the audio proves that the only reason his nephew was pulled over was because of racial profiling.
“The two occupants just look like people that were involved in a robbery,” the officer says. “The driver looks more like one of our suspects, just ‘cause of the wide set nose,” the officer continues.
Pastor Bryan Carter of the Concord Church in Dallas, Texas was one of the many faith leaders present at the city’s prayer vigil for the five Dallas officers who were killed in an ambush attack on July 7, 2016. Although the vigil was for the fallen officers, Carter reminded us that there is a bigger […]
Shetamia Taylor, 37, was with her four sons, ages 12 to 17, whom she brought with her to teach them about peaceful protesting. It was there, when a rogue shooter opened fire, that she acted as a human shield for her 15-year-old son.
Hours after addressing the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, President Barack Obama delivered a statement about the police shooting that occurred during a protest in Dallas, Texas, which claimed the lives of five officers.
The past 48 hours have been rough for America with two black men killed by cops and five police officers murdered in Dallas being. Celebrities have been expressing their outrage on social media and the latest is LeBron James.
Imagine a normal night out buying groceries with your boyfriend and daughter. Even when you’re stopped by the police, you are expecting that it will be routine – a ticket or warning for a broken tail light, one of the most commonly overlooked problems on a car. Diamond ‘Lavish’ Reynolds certainly didn’t think that instead […]
Many Blacks feel they don’t receive enough support for racially charged issues. White coworkers can be left feeling unsure of what to say or do to provide comfort and avoid confrontation. Here’s what our White coworkers can do to be an ally without stirring the pot.
President Obama released a statement on the shooting deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, calling the callous killings "tragedies" in a lengthy Facebook post.
Nakia Jones' passionate reaction to the depraved killing of Alton Sterling has over two million views on Facebook with 144,783 shares. Jones, an officer at the Warrensville Heights Police Department in Ohio, uploaded the live broadcast after watching cell phone footage of Sterling being tackled to the ground by two cops then shot in the chest while he lay restrained.