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  • New York Protests
    Protesters to NYPD: We want dead cops!
    An estimated 12,000-15,000protesters continued to marched in New York City on Sunday screaming for justicein the killings ofunarmed black men by police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City. The crowds of demonstrators are demanding...
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    Activists at New York protest: 'What do we want? Dead cops'
    On Saturday, thousands gathered in Washington, D.C., to participate in an event headlined by MSNBC host Al Sharpton to protest what they say is rampant abuse of blacks by police. Although Sharpton claimed he and his fellow activists were "not...
  • University of Berkeley Campus
    Black men found hanging in effigy at UC Berkeley campus
    Cardboard images of three black men hanging in effigy were found at the University of California, Berkeley campus, according to ABC News on Saturday. The motive behind the incident still is being investigated; however, it is hoped that the...
  •              Law students traumatized by police killings request final exam delay
    Law students traumatized by police killings request final exam delay
    Law students at Harvard, Columbia and Georgetown are requesting delays in their final exams because of the trauma they are experiencing by the horrors in Ferguson, Missouri; Cleveland, Ohio; Staten Island, N.Y. and Sanford, FL. The trauma the...
  • Armored Police
    Denver police ordered not to wear armor during protests
    Denver police were ordered not to wear armor when dealing with protestors, according to a Denver Post report Thursday. The order went out in order to avoid escalating the situation by making the police appear threatening or like they were...
  • Some whites still can't admit truth about Ferguson injustice
    Some whites still can't admit truth about Ferguson injustice
    "Quit making it about race" is just a few non-courageous white people's way of saying "I don't like feeling uncomfortable". Darren Wilson's story about Mike Brown trying to grab his gun was bogus and full of...
  • LeBron meets royalty
    Shorthanded Nets receive royal thrashing in front of William, Kate
    The Duke and Duchess graced the Barclays Center with their presence Monday night. But William and Kate weren’t the only royalty in attendance.LeBron James, aptly nicknamed “the King,” made the most of playing against the Nets...
  • Cointelpro aim remains same as during Civil Rights/Vietnam War era
    Cointelpro riot police provoke California human rights abuse protest riots
    Police, not protesters, provoked one of the most intense confrontations in the Bay Area in years on Saturday night during human rights demonstrations sparked by recent grand jury decisions against Michael Brown and Eric Gardner, unarmed black...
  • Protesting continues in major cities throughout the U.S.
    #Icantbreathe: uniting and dividing the U.S. via social media
    Americans have taken to the streets to protest their dissatisfaction with the recent grand jury rulings in Ferguson, MO and the Eric Garner cases. Those who have not taken to the streets in mostly peaceful protests, have taken to Twitter to show...
  • Johnson Bademosi
    NFL players wear ‘I can't breathe’ message before Sunday game
    Last Sunday, the message du jour was"hands up, don't shoot," delivered in gestureform byfive offensive (veryoffensive) team members of the St. Louis Rams, as they tookthe field atthe Edward Jones Dome. The irony of black multi...
  • Police Union Poster
    Obesity killed Garner not police officer's chokehold: Police
    In the aftermath of the grand jury refusal to indict a white cop, New York City Police OfficerDaniel Pantaleo, for the death of a black Staten Island borough resident Eric Gardner, Mayor Bill de Blasio made statements that angeredthe majority of...
  • Hands Up, Don’t Shoot, I Can’t Breathe
    Hands Up, Don’t Shoot, I Can’t Breathe
    The silence of the protestors is powerful. Thousands across the United States and abroad staged “Die Ins”. In universities, on city streets, college campuses, in schools, churches, faith institutions, in homes and in the middle of...
  • Mexicans have had enough, may start the Mexican Spring
    Mexicans have had enough, may start the Mexican Spring
    Mexico City’s Secretary of Public Security,Jesús Rodríguez Almeida, resigned today after President Enrique Peña Nieto,unveiled a nationwide anti-crime plan Thursday that would allow Congress to dissolve local governments infiltrated by drug...
  • Intersection of crash
    Four Denver police injured, one critically, in crash during student protest
    What had been envisioned by student protest organizers at East High School was something akin to a modest gesture. When Amarae Moland was passing out fliers notifying fellow classmates of a planned show of solidarity with protesters in Ferguson,...
  • The First Amendment is our right and part of our protection
    The First Amendment is our right and part of our protection
    The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution states that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people...