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A black man who is believed to be unarmed was killed by cops in a Walmart parking lot.
Police shot and killed 34-year-old Saheed Vassell in Brooklyn yesterday when they believed the silver pipe he was holding was a gun.
The Baton Rouge Police Chief announced that one officer involved in the shooting death of Alton Sterling has been fired and the other has been suspended.
Dr. King's words remain vital even 60 years later. The fight today is much more than just about race. It's about who has the power. And the old guard is fighting tooth and nail to keep the power and keep things the way they are.
"Two years later, Jonathan Ferrell is still looking for help."
There are some actions that feel unavoidable. Perhaps going beyond to help our young brothers feel safe during a traffic stop is one of them.
This #BlackLivesMatter movement was not the result of a mandate by Congress or laws set forth by State governments. It is merely a fierce grassroots movement that has created enormous awareness to a series of incidents that have involved police shootings and unarmed black males.
The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is looking into the case of an unarmed black man allegedly strangled to death by
Police kill a lot of unarmed people. So far in 2015, as many as 100 unarmed people have been killed by police. Here are fifteen of the most outrageous reasons given by police to justify killing unarmed people in the last twelve months.
Every time I hear that a policeman has killed another unarmed black man in the United States, I think about how lucky I am to be alive.
Assuming that most can agree that one should not become belligerent toward police officers when asked to walk on the sidewalk, run from police officers while detained, or sell illegal cigarettes, can we not also agree that such infractions do not warrant a death sentence? Is that not absurdity?
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C., April 8 (Reuters) - For the dozens of protesters who descended on the working-class South Carolina
His death is among a spate of killings in the United States of unarmed black men by white police officers. A U.S. Air Force
"I'm lucky to be living. I think they was trying to kill me, especially when they had choked me," Dent told WDIV. "I mean
Prosecutors in December declined to charge Manney, arguing that he acted in self defense in the shooting. Milwaukee Police
The death of 18-year-old Michael Brown last August ignited protest over issues of race and police brutality that has rocked