keith lamont scott
"We are a racist society. We just are, and we don't talk about it."
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer Brentley Vinson fatally shot Scott in September.
Billie, Billie, Billie See how you beat me so Billie, Billie, Billie Promise to protect me though Love don't leave no bruise
October 21st is World Day of Listening. The Wold Day of Listening website states: "We are Listeners from around the world, representing many traditions, professions, and walks of life - working together to offer peaceful, non-confrontational listening, free of charge and without advice, judgement, argument or interpretation. We are non-partisan and non-promotional."
“He wasn’t ready for us to bury him yet. He was a free-spirited, loving man.”
A black cop fatally shooting a black civilian doesn't mean the criminal justice system isn’t racist.
Clinton asked 9-year-old Zianna Oliphant to join her on stage.
People with mental disabilities, especially people of color, are particularly at risk of being shot or beaten by the police.
The devices can't help bring transparency and accountability if they're not turned on.
“If you can’t do your job, let’s find someone who can."
Marijuana is a substance that has been used by half of Americans, is cheerfully enjoyed throughout pop culture, and in several states is a burgeoning legal commodity. But apparently, if you're black in North Carolina, marijuana possession is also just cause for a public slaying.
Even as we're all hypnotized by the presidential race, and the candidates' rhetorical responses to these incidents, we have to recognize that these issues, that impact us directly, that move us to tears and to march in our streets -- are almost exclusively controlled by state and local leaders. Not our president.