Imagine thinking that out of the 197 black people who’ve been killed by police this year, one of them could have been you. This thought process, unfortunately, is all too familiar for many black Americans.
For Harlem-based writer Ja’han Jones, this was a recurring notion ever since his parents gave him the “necessary” and “traumatic” talk about the realities of black people being targeted by the police.
NYPD Says They Failed Mentally Ill Black Woman After Shooting Her The NYPD has admitted they “failed” a 66-year-old black woman with a history of mental illness after an officer shot and killed her earlier this week, said New York
New Project Allows Black People Write Their Own Obituaries The Black Obituary Project is a collection of pre-written obits to put a spotlight on the anti-Black violence and growing surge of police brutality. HuffPo recently featured...
Welp! Study Shows Black Men Are More Likely To Be Killed By Cops Young black males in recent years were at a far greater risk of being shot dead by police than their white counterparts – 21 times greater,
Dozens of police from across New York City stormed two Harlem housing projects, arresting some 100 people they believe have been at the center of a deadly gang feud that included the 2011 killing of an 18-year-old girl destined for ...