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Thursday, August 21st, 2014

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Mall Cop Ignores White Guy Screaming Racial Slurs, Maces African-American Bystander Instead

Petter Sprayed

Video by PNW.Photographer

What Jesse Williams Has to Say About the Michael Brown Case Is Exactly What the Media Should Be Covering


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10 Brutal Truths About White Privilege That We All Need to Know

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All Black Folks Experience Racism Yes, all Black people experience racism — both in subtle and overt ways and regardless of whether or not they are conscious of it or whether or not they openly discuss it. Black people encounter multiple anti-Black indignities on a regular basis, no matter how rich, educated or powerful they are. The singular […]

Don Lemon Grills Ferguson Police Chief on Video: Are You Trying to ‘Discredit’ Michael Brown?

Don Lemon

Video by CNN.

Video: Why Are Some Black People Showing More Concern for the Police Than for Michael Brown?

Minister Johnathan

Video by Fox News

This Man’s Ingenuity Should Inspire Your Imagination on Ways to Transform Africa

Zack Matere

Video by Google Stories

Watch Melissa Harris-Perry’s Heartrending Video of Black Men Killed by Police

Melissa Harris

Video by MSNBC.

7 Existing Laws That Can Cripple the Lives of Black People Around the World

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  U.S.  Mandatory Sentence Laws A mandatory sentence is a court decision where people convicted of certain crimes must be punished with at least a minimum number of years in prison. The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of laws imposing disproportionate mandatory sentences of life without parole for simple possession of drugs. Concerning […]

Columbia Law Professor Explains Why Black Politicians Who Are ‘Colorblind’ Are Doomed to Fail

Law Professor

Video by GRITtv

Celebrate Black Excellence: 10 Interesting Facts About Marcus Garvey


Celebrating the Life of Marcus Garvey Marcus Garvey was born Aug. 17, 1887, in St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica. Garvey was the youngest of 11 children. In 1903, at 16, he went to Kingston to work as a printer. He soon became a catalyst to the formation of the Printers Union, the first trade union in […]

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