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Federal officials may use little-known ‘color of law’ civil rights statute in police shooting cases

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

The families of at least four unarmed black men killed this year by police are pinning their hopes on possible federal prosecutions under a little-known civil rights statute that has only occasionally been used to indict officers in such cases. The Department of Justice, the FBI and local US...

Selma Powerfully Tells the Story of a Critical Moment in the Civil Rights Movement  

As one watches Selma—which opens in limited release Christmas Day and nationwide Jan. 9—it’s hard not to reflect on the protests going on around the country over the shooting deaths of unarmed black men by white police officers. It’s a topic that comes up often when Selma director Ava DuVernay discusses her film. Show More Summary

Ten Tweets From #BlackWomensLivesMatter and #BlackTransLivesMatter You Need To Read

Why are the most accessible names of black victims in this country those of black men? Well, misogyny, transmisogyny, and homophobia—that’s why. In a society steeped in injustice, it should be intolerable to champion one marginalized population while ignoring another. Show More Summary

Constructive Feedback University: Before I Take Down The Fraud Of The "Black Progressive Embedded Confidence Men" And The "White Progressive Cheshire Fox" (In Cahootz With The White Conservative Wolf) - I Must First Define The Litter Boxes Within Which Th

Link to a fully expandable version of the above so you can read the small print.There has been few recorded conversations of OBVIOUS FRAUD AND DIVERSION that has been concocted together than was the case with the "WHYY Radio Times" interview...Show More Summary

Three Reasons Why Black Men Should Openly Carry A Gun After Trayvon, Ferguson And John Crawford

Dr.  Vibe asks H.A. Goodman why he thinks black men carrying a gun in holster will end racial profiling in America After the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Eric Garner, Hal Goodman tells Dr. Vibe how black men carrying guns will end racial profiling of black American men. Show More Summary

Race Matters: Starbucks CEO Forces Employees To Discuss Race Relations Amid Police Murders Of Eric Garner & Mike Brown

The CEO of Starbucks is doing his part to make sure his employees are aware of the impact that business can have on race relations amid the rise in police killings of black men in America. via Huffington Post Starbucks

The Hit List: Revolve Hones in on Black & White Men’s Fashions

Revolve taps model Felix Bujo as the star of its latest curated list of menswear essentials. Honing in on black & white fashions for... The post The Hit List: Revolve Hones in on Black & White Men’s Fashions appeared first on The Fashionisto.

Conservative Virginia Minister Starts Prayer Campaign for Law Enforcement; 'This Lie That Police Are Out Hunting Down Black Men Has Got to Stop'

Conservative politician Bishop E.W. Jackson, president of STAND, said he believes that police in the U.S. are not targeting black men, as some believe, and is calling for a prayer campaign in support of the country's law enforcement officers.

Ella Baker, Ferguson, and 'Black Mothers' Sons'

In 1964, at the height of the civil rights movement, the great organizer Ella Baker said: "Until the killing of black men, black mothers' sons, becomes as important to the rest of the country as the killing of a white mother's sons,Show More Summary

Ella Baker, Ferguson, and 'Black Mothers' Sons'

In 1964, at the height of the civil rights movement, the great organizer Ella Baker said: "Until the killing of black men, black mothers' sons, becomes as important to the rest of the country as the killing of a white mother's sons,Show More Summary

The Post-Ferguson World: Rules for White People

These words have never been more true in America than in the soul twisting days that followed the miscarriage of justice in Ferguson and Staten Island. Young black men in our nation are, and I use this word with purpose and the pain it entails, routinely gunned down by the police with no repercussions. Show More Summary

‘Assassination’ of police officers raises pressure on New York mayor Bill de Blasio

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio faced the biggest crisis of his political career on Sunday after a gunman killed two police officers in an attack intended to avenge recent police killings of unarmed black men in the United States. New York police officers turned their backs on de Blasio in protest...

Runaway Inequality, Runaway Incarceration

Why are white cops shooting unarmed black men? On one level the story is simple: racism. Too many police officers fear people of color in the neighborhoods they patrol, and are likely to over-react with force during encounters. The local...Show More Summary

The Year in Fear: From Ebola to street violence to Comrade Kim

Superpower -- ha! America spent 2014 scared of ISIS, Ebola, unarmed black men and North Korea's Supreme Critic

How Black Women are Leading the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

Al Jazeera America While recent protests have focused on the deaths of black men, it's black women who are leading the chargeProducer Jihan Hafiz followed young black women in Washington, D.C., as they organize and build their movement. Show More Summary

Bay Area public defenders rally behind 'Black Lives Matter' movement

Public defenders across the San Francisco Bay Area added their voice to protests that have swept the country in the wake of a string of police killings of unarmed black men on Thursday with several simultaneous rallies at local court...Show More Summary

Men in Black Meets 21 Jump Street Is Tearing Us Apart - Up at Noon

For years, the Up at Noon crew has been as thick as thieves. Now, news of a crossover movie is tearing them apart.

Black Women’s Lives Matter: Film Reveals Little-Known Story of the Grim Sleeper

last weekNews : Truthdig

As an invigorated movement emerges against police killings of black men, a timely new documentary examines American law enforcement’s negligence in the grisly killings of black women for over two and a half decades.

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