Baltimore State Attorneys Dismiss Criminal Cases Due to Suspected Police Misconduct

After body camera footage of an arrest was released showing “suspected police misconduct,” Baltimore state attorneys have dismissed approximately 41 criminal cases.  In addition,...

NAACP Issues Their First-Ever Travel Advisory for the State of… Missouri

Traveling in the state of Missouri is not recommended by the NAACP and for the first time ever, the civil rights group issued a...

Honor Student Jailed for No Bail; Robert F. Kennedy Foundation Pays for Release of...

Honor Student Pedro Hernandez, was released on July 27 from Rikers Island, after The Robert F. Kennedy Foundation posted bail. Hernandez spent a year...

Inciting Police Brutality? President Trump to Law Enforcement officers, “Please don’t be too nice!”

Commander-In-Chief Donald Trump’s remarks to law enforcement officers in Long Island, New York, endorses police brutality. President Trump’s remarks on July 28, 2017, were prompted...

Philando Castile’s Cousin Faces 10 Years in Prison for Riot Charges

The Minnesota police officer who shot and killed Philando Castile was acquitted of all charges last month. Officer Jeronimo Yanez, who said he shot...

What Happened to Anthony Huff in Jail? Sheriff; 5 Others Indicted For Manslaughter

Anthony Huff, 58, of Enid, Oklahoma was arrested on June 4, 2016, for a public intoxication complaint and held in the Garfield County Jail,...

Biased System; African American Males Are Serving Longer Prison Sentences in U.S.A

African American Males must remain well-informed about the disproportionate risks involved with being sentenced to prison, and steps they should take to minimize such...

Constable Brutality; Teenager Marlin Gipson Injured by Houston Officers for Mowing Lawns

On July 18, Marlin Gipson, a teenage kid living in the Houston, Texas area was harassed by a man dressed as a police officer....

No Due Process; Trump’s Transgender Military Ban Likely Headed To Federal Court

With what is being called the Transgender Military Ban, Today (July 26th), President Donald Trump announced via Twitter, that the United States military will...

Did President Trump Violate the Constitution By Blocking Twitter Users? Lawsuit Filed

Seven individuals who President Trump blocked on Twitter filed a lawsuit against him this past Tuesday, July 11th, arguing the practice violates the First Amendment...