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When five police officers were shot and killed in Dallas on Thursday, with seven others wounded, the sniper fire threatened to leave another casualty:… Read More

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Working While Black: Demographics and Destiny

by Marc Bayard

The Black and Brown revolution is coming. People of color will be a majority of the American working class by 2032, according to a new Read More

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The following letter was written and sent on Friday to the student body of Morehouse College in Atlanta  by the school's president John… Read More

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I had no idea. Perhaps I should blame all my social studies teachers. Especially Mr. Baldwin, my 8th grade American History teacher and football… Read More

Dallas Tragedy Was Horrific, But the Proper Narratives Should Remain

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We have witnessed massive outcries against police violence in the United States since August 9, 2014: the day unarmed Ferguson teen Michael Brown… Read More

Suspect in Dallas Shooting Unconnected to Black Lives Matter

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A suspect in the attack in Dallas that killed five police officers and wounded seven others, including one civilian, said that he was targeting whites… Read More

[Watch Live] President Obama Addresses the Recent Police Shootings

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President Obama speaks on the shooting deaths of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, La., and Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minn., from his… Read More

Latest Trial in Freddie Gray Case Focuses on Highest Ranking Officer

Latest Trial in Freddie Gray Case Focuses on Highest Ranking Officer

by Charles Robinson

The trial of Baltimore police Lt. Brian Rice, one of the bike patrolmen who arrested Freddie Gray before his death last year, began Thursday. But… Read More

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No, We’re Not Okay

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Fifteen minutes. That’s how long it took for me to stop crying, compose myself, and drag my groceries inside my apartment after watching 32-year-old… Read More

Let's Call Police Killings What They Are: Lynchings

Let's Call Police Killings What They Are: Lynchings

by Madison J. Gray

My grandmother never spoke much about growing up in the South. She would only say she left because “I didn’t like the laws.”… Read More

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