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Meek Mill

Lawyer for Meek Mill Claim Proof That Judge Favored Sentencing

by Shantell E. Jamison   Jan 31, 2018

When Meek Mill was sentenced to two-to-four years in prison for violating his parole late last year, celebrities, activists and other advocates of fairness... Read More

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Judge Finds Bias in Ferguson-Florissant School District Elections

by #teamEBONY   Aug 24, 2016

A federal judge ruled Monday that the process of electing school board members for a district that includes Ferguson, Missouri, is biased against black... Read More

Pulled Over by Police

Are Traffic Stops Prone to Racial Bias?

by Vignesh Ramachandran and Katie Kramon / The Marshall Project   Jun 28, 2016

How often does race come into play when cops stop motorists? The answer is: Nobody really knows. In the last few years, videos of... Read More

Even in Therapy, White Privilege Has a Home

Even in Therapy, White Privilege Has a Home

by Terrence Chappell   Dec 09, 2015

I started going to therapy because I needed to get out of the clutter of my thoughts and the perceptions of others. Perceptions are... Read More

Black Kids Get Less Pain Medication in the ER than Whites

Black Kids Get Less Pain Medication in the ER than Whites

by #teamEBONY   Sep 15, 2015

Black children with acute appendicitis — a clearly painful emergency — are less likely than white children to get painkillers in the emergency room,... Read More

Educators Struggle to Find Answers to the Discipline Gap Problem

Educators Struggle to Find Answers to the Discipline Gap Problem

by The Atlantic   Aug 27, 2015

The discrepancies are particularly egregious in certain parts of the country. As The New York Times reported on Tuesday, a new analysis of the... Read More

Schools in the South Suspend and Expel Black Students Way More Than White Ones

Southern Schools Suspend Black Students Much More Often than White Students

by Slate   Aug 26, 2015

A new study has found that Black students in Southern states get suspended and expelled at exponentially higher rates than White ones, an imbalance... Read More

Fast Food Chains Target Black Kids

Fast Food Chains Target Black Kids

by JET   Aug 12, 2015

Food companies disproportionately target their TV advertising for fast food, candy, sugary drink and snack brands to Black and Hispanic consumers, according to a... Read More

For Black Families, Doing Everything “Right” Isn’t Always Enough

Even if Black People “Play by the Rules” It’s Still Very Difficult to Succeed

by Slate   Aug 10, 2015

It's important to recognize the fact that Black families often end up stuck with a low income even when they do all the things... Read More

Wyatt Cenac

On Being the “Lone Representative”

by #teamEBONY   Jul 30, 2015

The Stewart-Cenac exchange illustrates what those of us who are often The Only One In The Room tend to know: It sucks. But it... Read More