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Police say the boy told a teacher's aide that the person who handed him the bag told him to hide it.
The reality TV star is making a habit of leveraging her celebrity for criminal justice reform.
A black high schooler was sentenced to 10 years in prison over the incident that has recirculated after the president's death.
The preschool owner thinks someone threw the drugs over the fence into the school's yard in the Bronx.
The press stirred up hysteria about black “junkies” and cheered draconian police responses to crack cocaine.
M-J Milloy, University of British Columbia and M. Eugenia Socias, University of British Columbia North America is in the
Jason Hernandez never thought he would see the outside world again.
Who is worthy of redemption? Do criminals deserve a second chance? What about murderers?
The man I once viewed as "the strongest daddy in da' world" was now too weak to defend himself against the young dope boys in the community. Overnight he became less entertaining. His jokes became irritating. His singing and dancing morphed into buffoonery. He could do no right in my eyes.
Crack in the System's goal is simply to dig deeper, supply more facts, and provide the definitive story. We accomplished this by interviewing several individuals never seen on camera before speaking about the realities of their involvement with the reach of the contra scandal and cocaine epidemic.
For the first time the true story about the courageous investigative journalist, Gary Webb, is being told in movie theaters across the country where people can draw their own conclusions unhindered by the noise and static of establishment naysayers in the corporate media.
Beginning this Friday, the ghost of Gary Webb will haunt his tormenters from movie screens across the country, with the opening of the dramatic film Kill the Messenger -- based partly on Webb's 1998 Dark Alliance book.
Haring painted Crack is Wack without asking for permission. One morning, during the summer of 1986, he drove a rented van -- loaded with some ladders from his studio and some new fluorescent orange paint he had bought -- up to Harlem to paint.
California may get one step closer to eliminating the racist laws that unfairly target low-income communities of color for incarceration. On Thursday, the California State Assembly will vote on a bill that would eliminate groundless disparities in punishment for possession of crack cocaine and powder cocaine for sale.