For HuffPost’s “Listen To America” bus tour, we asked if racial tensions in St. Louis have improved or worsened in the three years since unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot dead by a police officer.
Is it progress if courts just promise to start following the law?
Those who thought the galvanizing ordeal would bring a tide of change are finding true police reform hard to come by.
August 9th is a good time to remember that the United States has an addiction, and an affliction, of violence.
His death should serve as a daily reminder of the very real work left undone.
We are stuck in a loop of violence and injustice.
After years of programming trained me to hate my skin, reversing my thinking has been a struggle.
Darren Seals standing next to a memorial in August 2014 at the site where Michael Brown was shot by Ferguson Police Officer
The not guilty verdict and acquittal of all charges against George Zimmerman in the case of Trayvon Martin, the decision
To the misguided folks, who use legalized murder of black men as an opportunity to publicly chastise the black community, shame on you! Valid concerns or not, the timing of your crusade will never be appropriate.
Perhaps Tracee was making it rain lies. And this is nothing new, in fact political operatives are paid a pretty penny to
In the wake of the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Falcon Heights, Minnesota, respectively, the American public and its institutions have once more entered into the necessary and painful conversation about police brutality.