Report: Drivers Less Likely to Brake for Black Pedestrians

Report: Drivers Less Likely to Brake for Black Pedestrians

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Drivers are less likely to brake for Black pedestrians attempting to cross the street, a new analysis finds. The Chicago Tribune reports that researchers at... Read More

#BLMKidnapping, Really? Save Your White Tears

#BLMKidnapping, Really? Save Your White Tears

by Lincoln Anthony Blades

On Tuesday afternoon, Chicago police were alerted of a video capturing a White reportedly mentally disabled male being assaulted, threatened, and tortured by two Black... Read More

Fatal Police-Involved Shooting Leaves Another Black Man Dead

Fatal Police-Involved Shooting Leaves Another Black Man Dead

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A 25-year-old Indianapolis man who was in Chicago for a funeral is dead after an encounter with police. The Chicago Tribune reports that Joshua Beal was... Read More

Sheriff David Clarke: Milwaukee Riots Are Result of ‘Tribal Behavior’

Sheriff David Clarke: Milwaukee Riots Are Result of ‘Tribal Behavior’

by Shantell E. Jamison

In an unapologetic opinion piece published on The Hill Monday morning, Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke said that riots happening in the city were due... Read More

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Study Says it Will Take 228 Years for Blacks to Build Wealth of Whites

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If current economic trends continue, the average African-American household will need 228 years to accumulate as much wealth as their white counterparts hold today.... Read More

George Zimmerman Assaulted After Allegedly Bragging About Travyon Martin Killing

George Zimmerman Assaulted After Allegedly Bragging About Travyon Martin Killing

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George Zimmerman, the man who fatally shot Trayvon Martin, an unarmed Black teen in 2012, said he was punched in the face while speaking... Read More

Growing Number of Black Atheists, Agnostics

Growing Number of Black Atheists, Agnostics

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Religion, the long-time unifier in the Black community, may no longer be such a common denominator. A survey conducted by two sociologists at Trinity... Read More