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OCT. 25—Justice for Corey Jones


OCT. 6—Mimicking Media Outlets, DOJ Will Finally Attempt Tally of Killings by Police


 SEPT. 9—Baltimore Reaches $6.4 Million Settlement for Wrongful Death of Freddie Gray



SEPT. 8—Black Lives Matter Protesters Rally at Governor’s Residence

“If all lives really mattered, we wouldn’t have a governor telling us that it’s inappropriate to protest”. But in this particular case what is ironic is that those voicing the chant were also being protected by very officers targeted.


SEPT. 5—Black Lives Matter Takes on the Right



SEPT. 2—Protesters Assemble for Freddie Gray Hearings


 SEPT. 1—Black Lives Matter Reclaims the 14th Amendment

Its supporters proclaim that this is something new, “not your grandmamma’s civil rights movement.”

AUG. 31—Black Lives Matter St. Paul to Protest Outside Governor's Mansion



AUG. 29—Black Lives Matter Protest Marches Toward State Fair



AUG. 27—Are Police Constitutional?


 AUG. 24—400+ Miles Into Journey for Justice, Marchers Call for Police Reform



AUG. 22—Campaign Zero: A New 'Blueprint for Ending Police Violence'


AUG. 20—Janelle Monáe Leads Chicago Protest Against Police Brutality

The pop singer, who was in Chicago for a secret show this week, led a protest against police brutality.



AUG. 19—Why Black Lives Matter Protesters Are Targeting Democrats And Mostly Ignoring Republicans



AUG. 15—Illinois Passes Sweeping Police Reform Bill with Rules on Chokeholds and Body Cameras

The governor of Illinois signed a sweeping police reform law which establishes wide-ranging rules for body cameras, largely prohibits chokeholds, introduces bias-free policing and demands more data collection on arrests.


AUG. 13—'A National Embarrassment:' Police Use-of-Force Stats Reveal Roadblocks to Reform


AUG. 12—Charges Against Journalists Raise Troubling Questions About Press Freedom in Ferguson

This week's charges against Washington Post and Huffington Post journalists arrested last year while covering protests in Ferguson are the latest sign that even high-profile reporters are not immune from the ongoing police crackdown on press freedoms and civil rights in this St. Louis suburb.



AUG. 11—Black Lives Matter Protesters Commemorate Michael Brown in New York City


 AUG. 10—Sandra Bland: Our Outrage, The Questions, and Her Legacy

 Sandra Bland’s life and death is a call to action on the urgency of this issue called racism.



AUG. 8—The Racism that Put a Target on Sam DuBose

Tim Joseph reports on the University of Cincinnati police killing of Samuel DuBose and what's next after the murder indictment.



AUG. 6—Black and White: Survey Reveals Huge Disparities in Assessing Police Violence


AUG. 3—Body Cams Can Capture Abuse, But Can They End Police Brutality?

A lot more needs to be done to reform police departments across the U.S.


AUG. 1—Across the US, Activists Shine Light on Sandra Bland’s Mysterious Death



JULY 30—Body Cam Video Released After Cop Indicted for Murder



JULY 29—11 People Dead in Police Custody This Month



JULY 27—Vowing to #SayHerName and More, Hundreds Gather to Honor Life and Death of Sandra Bland


JULY 27—VIDEO: Sandra Bland Laid to Rest; First Black Judge in Waller County Demands Sheriff Resign over Her Death



JULY 25—VIDEO: Sandra Bland’s Sister Responds to Suicide Allegations, Lawyer Says Waller County Withholding Details

Sandra Bland was stopped by a police officer for allegedly failing to signal a lane change, but this traffic stop escalated into an arrest and resulting in suicide while in police custody. But friends and family claim she was not suicidal.


JULY 23—‘I’ll Light You Up’



JULY 20—VIDEO: Outrage Grows After Mysterious Death of #BlackLivesMatter Activist Sandra Bland in Texas Jail



JULY 18—Eric Garner’s Death Remembered with a Week of Actions



JULY 14—'Money Isn't Justice': Eric Garner Family Calls for Real Accountability

'They deserve to be prosecuted. They treated my husband like an animal,' says Garner's widow of police officers involved in her husband's death.



JULY 11—Occupy Wall Street Protesters Settle Police-Brutality Lawsuits


JULY 9—Baltimore Police Commissioner Fired After Police Union Complains of ‘Passive Response’ to Riots



JULY 2—Massive Evidence Turned Over in Freddie Gray Death Case



JULY 1—Baltimore to Put Cameras in Police Vans, Review Riot Gear



JUNE 28—Justice Department Report Says Police Exacerbated Violence in Ferguson



JUNE 23—Black Lives Matter Protesters March Against Dominican Republic’s Racist Deportation Plan


JUNE 22—Group to Hold Weeklong Police Protest in New Iberia

In the pews of the Imani Temple in north Lafayette Thursday night, black community leaders embarked on a four-month operation to craft what they say is a resounding call for justice for victims of police brutality.


JUNE 20—Returning Home to the US Is to Enter a Police State


JUNE 17—Black Lives Matter Protesters Head to Fairborn Courtroom

Demonstrators with Black Lives Matter say they’ll pack a Fairborn courtroom Wednesday morning for a 27-year-old film producer in Xenia who was arrested at a die-in in December.



JUNE 16—Tensions High for Protesters on Both Sides in McKinney


 JUNE 13—Protests Continue as Activists Demand McKinney Cop be Charged

The police officer who was caught on video assaulting and pulling his gun on black teens at a pool party in McKinney, Texas, recently resigned. But advocacy groups are now calling for the officer to be charged as protests continue on the streets.



JUNE 11—Police Violence Against Blacks Has an Economic Context


JUNE 10—LA Police Commission Faults Officers in Ezell Ford Shooting



JUNE 9—As Protesters Descend on McKinney, Conflicting Narratives Emerge



JUNE 8—South Carolina Officer Indicted in Walter Scott Death

White cop who shot dead unarmed black man during traffic stop may face 33 years to life if convicted of murder charges.


 JUNE 6—Ezell Ford Protesters Angry Over Possibility Officers May be Cleared


JUNE 3—Deep Roots Underlie the Police Brutality Problem

After student protests on DePaul’s campus, around the city and in the country against police brutality, there seems to be a consensus about the need for change—not just regarding brutality, but the institutions that lead to it.



JUNE 1—Outrage After Video Surfaces of Police Using Tasers on Protesters



MAY 30—Cop Caught on Video Telling Black Teen ‘If You Fuck with Me, I’m Going to Break Your Legs’



MAY 28—DOJ Reaches Agreement to Reform Cleveland Police Brutality

The Department of Justice found that a pattern of excessive force has eroded public confidence in the Cleveland Police Department. How will they repair the distrust between the community and the people they protect?


MAY 27—Amidst New Protests, DOJ Seeks to Rein in Deadly Cleveland Police

According to Common Dreams, the "U.S. Department of Justice announced a settlement with the city and its police department, following a deeply critical investigation that found an unconstitutional 'pattern or practice of the use of excessive force.'"



MAY 26—Protests Erupt in Cleveland Over Not Guilty Verdict for Police Officer



MAY 25—'This is Straight Murder': Protests Sweep City Following Cleveland Acquittal

 After a white police officer in Cleveland, Ohio was acquitted on Saturday protesters have taken to the city streets.



MAY 23—Indicted: Grand Jury Brings Charges Against Baltimore Police Officers Tied to Freddie Gray Death:



MAY 18—Baltimore March Shows Protesters Have More on Their Minds than Freddie Gray:



MAY 16—Police at the Freddie Gray Protest in Austin Proved Just How Much They Love Pepper Spray:



MAY 13—What 16 Months of Cops Killed in the US Looks Like



MAY 12—Decision Not to Charge Police Officer Spurs Protests in Wisconsin:



MAY 10—100 Lasting Images from the Freddie Gray Protests and Aftermath in Baltimore:



MAY 6—Baltimore Riots 2015: Surveillance Planes Repeatedly Flew Over Freddie Gray Protests:


 MAY 5—Hundreds Protest in Providence Supporting Protests in Baltimore

Watch here.



MAY 4—Protests Go Global as Ethiopians March Against Police Brutality in Tel Aviv

"Several thousand people, mostly hailing from Israel's large Ethiopian population, took to the streets of Tel Aviv on Sunday to protest racism and police brutality against ethnic minorities."



MAY 2— #BlackSpring: Join the Movement


MAY 2—With Nationwide Protests Against Police Brutality, Activists Declare: 'Black Spring' Has Begun:


 MAY 1—BREAKING: Charges Filed Against Police Who Targeted Freddie Gray

Criminal charges were brought against the police officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray Jr. Maryland State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said in a statement that she was fighting on behalf of the youth of the city: "I will seek justice on your behalf. This is a moment. This is your moment."


APRIL 30—Anger Over Baltimore Spreads Across the Nation

"Get in the streets, we are all in this together."



APRIL 29—Right-Wing Media Blames Everyone but Police for Baltimore Unrest



 APRIL 29—National Guard Deployed as Baltimore Erupts After Years of Police Violence, Economic Neglect



APRIL 28—The Powerful Scene on the Streets of Baltimore Monday Night that No One Is Talking About: 


APRIL 28—Violent Clashes Flare in Baltimore After Freddie Gray Funeral: 



APRIL 27—Baltimore Orioles Exec Offers Eloquent Defense of Freddie Gray Protest:



APRIL 25—'Running While Black:' Protests Swell over Death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore Police Custody

Watch now:


APRIL 23—Tensions Boil Over After Baltimore Police Call Protesters 'Lynch Mob':



APRIL 23—Michael Brown's Family Launches Promised Civil Suit Against Ferguson:


APRIL 22—Protests Heat Up in Baltimore After Suspect's Death:



APRIL 21—Black Lives Matter Rally Planned at Duke University:



APRIL 18—‘Black Lives Matter’ Speech Shocks Court Sentencing Men Who Murdered Teens

Watch it now:

“I’d like to say sorry to the families of Aiyanna Jones, Michael Brown, Eric Garner. I want to apologize to them for not being able to get justice for their loved ones who was murdered in cold blood – and in respect for the peaceful protest, I want to say hands up don’t shoot. Black lives matter—that’s it your honor.”


APRIL 15—As Video Captures Officers’ Fatal Shootings of Unarmed Men, Knowing Your Rights to Film the Police: 

As video proves decisive in holding police accountable for police brutality across the country, it's important you know your rights when filming a police officer. Democracy Now answers questions regarding people’s rights with Jay Stanley, a senior policy analyst.

Watch here.


APRIL 13—Rally set for Tuesday in Support of Black Lives Matter Worcester Protesters who Face Charges:



APRIL 11—North Charleston Prepares for Mourning and Protest in Walter Scott Shooting:



APRIL 9—Walter Scott's Killing Is a Direct Result of the State of Policing in America Today:



APRIL 8—New Yorkers Kick Off Spring with Protests Against New Police:


APRIL 6—Welcome To Normandy, One Of The Many Fergusons You've Never Heard Of:


APRIL 4—Outrage After City of Ferguson Releases Racist Emails:

The emails show 'a deeply disturbing strain of racism that was socially acceptable among essential government employees'


APRIL 4—Protesters March Against Police Brutality in Inkster:


APRIL 1—Founders of #BlackLivesMatter Have Long History of Working for Social Change:



MARCH 31—Journalists Sue St Louis County Police over Treatment During Ferguson Protests:

Lawsuit alleges arrests for failing to disperse infringed on freedom of press, includes two journalists from German publications described as U.S. citizens.



MARCH 29—In Response to Ferguson Lawsuit, Missouri Police to Restrain Tear Gas Use on Protesters

Police to cut back on weapons meant to 'chill' racial justice movement in settlement with Ferguson activists.



MARCH 26—Cop Charged with Homicide for Shooting Unarmed Man Twice in the Back:


MARCH 25—Dozens Protest Rough Arrest of Man by Inkster Police:

Dozens march in the streets in protest over the recent police brutality during an arrest in Inkster. #BlackLivesMatter


MARCH 23—VIDEO: Act Out! Episode 3: #BlackLivesMatter, Guerrilla Street Art, MCD’s and Mass Surveillance:



MARCH 21—'Distrust Reinforced' as NY Judge Rules Against Releasing Details of Eric Garner Grand Jury:


MARCH 19—‘Race Together’ Shows that Black Lives Matter Has Seeped into Society’s Farthest, Strangest Reaches:

While the multinational coffee corporation is using their new #RaceTogether campaign to extract the labor of the people who work at Starbucks, the Black Lives Matter movement confirms it's "unacceptable to stay neutral." So what's next? #RaceTogether


MARCH 18—What Ferguson Protesters Want Now that the Movement Has Grown Up:



MARCH 17—US Refuses to Seriously Tackle Police Brutality and Racism


MARCH 14—In Selma, Memories of Bloody Sunday Spur Action Today:


MARCH 12—In Ferguson, a Night of Political Theater, Protest and Peace:

"This was a night of political theater. Sometimes police and protesters talked with one another, albeit briefly, as TV crews bore down on them." #BlackLivesMatter


MARCH 11—Two Police Officers Shot Amidst the Protests:


MARCH 10—High School Students Occupy Wisconsin Capitol Over Police Shooting of Black Teen:

Madison teenagers call for "justice for Tony" after latest police killing of unarmed teen Tony Robinson

MARCH 10—11 MOA Protesters Plead Not Guilty to Charges Stemming from "Black Lives Matter” Demonstration:


MARCH 7—Fatal Shooting of Black Teenager by Madison Police Sparks Protests:

Police chief Mike Koval said officer fired after forcing entry into an apartment in pursuit of battery suspect, identified by family as Tony Terrell Robinson Jr. #BlackLivesMatter


MARCH 5—VIDEO: Justice Dept. Seeks Overhaul of Ferguson Police over Systemic Racial Bias:



MARCH 4—Darren Wilson Will Not Face Civil Rights Charges in Michael Brown's Death:



MARCH 4—Read About the Woman Who Helped Create Black Lives Matter a Year Before Ferguson:


MARCH 3—Why We Should (All) Struggle to Make Black Lives Matter:



MARCH 2—At the Brooklyn Museum, Art Helps Show Why Black Lives Matter:

Artist Kehinde Wiley reinterprets classical portraiture with contemporary images of young black men and women.



FEB. 28—Black Lives Matter Needs the Black Panthers:

The Panthers opposed not only police brutality but also the economic injustice of everyday life. #BlackLivesMatter


FEB. 28—Memphis Forum Suggests Next Steps of Black Lives Matter Movement

The Black Lives Matter movement should be inclusive of all black lives, a panelist emphasized Friday night at a forum at the National Civil Rights Museum.


FEB. 26—Chicago's 'Black Site' Detainees Speak Out:

“Being black is a curse.”


FEB. 25—Hundreds of Students Walk Out for Protests:


Students asked peers, staff and professors to join in a walk out in solidarity of the Black Lives Matter movement.


FEB. 23—Black Lives Matter activists shut down Emeryville Home Depot for 5 hours, demand answers in police murder of Yuvette Henderson


FEB. 23—John Legend and Common Get Political at Oscars:

John Legend and Common use their acceptance speech to speak about the ongoing struggle for race equality in America. #BlackLivesMatter


FEB. 21—Anonymous Activist Faces 3 Years in Jail for Protesting in Ferguson:…/alex-poucher-videos-court-date/


FEB. 19—Black Lives Should Also Matter When the Killer Is Black:

Where are the rallies? #BlackLivesMatter



FEB. 18—The Gathering: Which Way Forward for the Black Lives Matter Movement:



FEB. 17—The Simple Strategies That Could Fundamentally Change How Communities View Their Police:



FEB. 16—Once White in America:

Jane Lazarre provides a very intimate post-Ferguson view of what it means to her to raise her two black sons in the "afterlife of such a world." Are we living in a world of American barbarism?


FEB. 12—Breaking! #SleepOutATL and #BlackLivesMatter

#SleepOutATL is occupying the outside of the Dekalb County Courthouse demanding Justice for #KevinDavis. Occupiers want Officer Joseph Pitts arrested. Read more at Revolution News.


FEB. 11—Black Lives Matter: Darrell Cannon and His Fellow Police Torture Survivors:



FEB. 10—Beyond ‘Black Lives Matter:’

"What was it all for? What came of it? Where do we go from here?"



FEB. 9—Grammy Performances Put #BlackLivesMatter Center Stage:

Artists from Beyoncé to Pharrell Williams to Prince referenced the protest movement spawned by police killings of black men at the awards ceremony.


FEB. 6—#BlackLivesMatter Looks to the Future


FEB. 5—Our Youth Pass On the Streets: Last Words of Trayvon and So Many Others:




FEB. 4—Dartmouth College to Offer ‘Black Lives Matter’ Classes:

“We hope students will be able to understand that Ferguson is not just an event in 2014 . . ." #BlackLivesMatter


FEB. 3—Black Lives Matter: New Film on Jordan Davis Captures Family’s Struggle to Convict White Vigilante:

Watch on Democracy Now! from the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.


FEB. 2—'Accountability, Not Surveillance': Group Raises Flags Over Police Body Cameras: 

NYCLU among the stakeholders called to testify before Presidential Task Force on policing reform #bodycameras


JAN. 31—Coalition for Justice:

The Red Arrow Starbuck's manager in Milwaukee calling the police on the Coalition for Justice, who occupied the coffee shop questioning why store employees called the police multiple times last April.


#‎DontreHamilton #‎BlackLivesMatter


JAN. 29—Controversial St. Louis Police Rep Involved in Scuffle at Civilian Oversight Hearing:


JAN. 28—WATCH HUGE BRAWL Break Out at St. Louis City Hall Between Police and Ferguson Protesters!

JAN. 27—Black Power to Black Lives Matter:

Iconic Olympic athlete John Carlos: “The crisis that we have is far deeper than the eyes see.”


JAN. 26—Ferguson Live Streamer

Ferguson St. Louis Live Streamer Bassem Masri sees his live-stream is being viewed in a Clayton Police Dept. patrol car yesterday during a police support rally.

(Photo credit: Revolution News)


JAN. 23—Time to Hold the Police Accountable:

Open Letter from the Young, Gifted and Black Coalition

Madison demonstrators march in solidarity with Mike Brown and Eric Garner (Ferguson to Madison)

 JAN. 22—No Civil Rights Charges Expected in Ferguson Shooting:

JAN. 22—Eric Garner Memorial Rebuild & Protest Action:

Eric Garner's memorial was burned down on the evening of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Go support the protest action in Staten Island every Tuesday and Thursday for Eric Garner


JAN. 19—Reclaim MLK Day Protesters Blocking Lanes on the San Mateo Bridge Near San Francisco today.

Reclaim MLK #‎ShutItDown #‎ReclaimMLK

JAN. 19—Taking Back the Streets and Their Stories, Thousands Reclaim MLK Day:


JAN. 17—Hundreds marched in Oakland California tonight to protest police brutality.

Reclaim MLK #‎MLKShutItDown 4 arrested.


JAN. 7—Kansas City Police Brutality – a Story of Two Protests (VIDEO):


Jan. 5—Racist Reactions to Black Brunch Events Solidify the Necessity to Proclaim Black Lives Matter: 


DEC. 31—Protesters plan to disrupt New Year’s Eve Festivities in the Name of Justice for Black Lives:


DEC. 30—International Solidarity as Amsterdam Takes the Streets for Black Lives Matter Protest: 

DEC. 29—PolitiFact: Fact-Checking Ferguson and Police Issues in 2014:



DEC. 24—Outrage Mounts After News of Another St. Louis Police Killing:



DEC. 23—NYPD Blues: The Anti-Police Brutality Movement Didn’t Kill Any Cops:


DEC. 22—Killer Cop Not Indicted in Murder of Dontre Hamilton:


DEC. 22—In Midst of Holiday Shopping, Protesters Disrupt Business-As-Usual to Declare 'Black Lives Matter':


DEC. 18—From Brazil to Ferguson, Black Lives Matter:

Under the banner Ferguson is Here! #fergusonéaqui Thousands took the streets in Sao Paulo, Brazil in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protests in the US.


DEC. 17 — Jews Protest Racism and Police Brutality on First Night of Hanukkah:



DEC. 16 — Hundreds Of Lawyers Stage ‘Die-In’ To Protest Police Brutality:


DEC. 16 — 12 Things You Should Know About the Michael Brown Shooting:


DEC. 15 — From Ferguson to New York, Women are Leading Protests Because All #BlackLivesMatter:


DEC. 15 — Justice for All Lives Lost to Killer Cops:

When: Sunday Dec. 21 at 10am

Where: Valley Plaza in Bakersfield, CA

Protest for Justice for all lives lost to killer cops—join the event.

DEC. 13 — Millions March Protests Demand Justice for All from Coast to Coast:


DEC. 11 — #WhiteCoatsforBlackLives: Medical Students Stage Nationwide Die-Ins:



 DEC. 11 — Congressional Staffers Walk Off Their Jobs in Support of #EricGarner:



DEC. 11 — Undercover Cop Gets Outed By Protesters, Draws Gun on Them:


DEC 10 — Ferguson National Response Network

A list of planned response events for #Ferguson and all police brutality and racial injustice worldwide. Find an event near you, click here.


 DEC. 10 — #‎Aurora: 50 Student Walk Out



DEC 10 — Protesters Erupt in London: Live Coverage

NOW Thousands in #‎London to support #‎EricGarner & #‎BlackLivesMatter #‎ICantBreathe…/

100 students walked out of a Denver School on Tuesday in Latest Ferguson Protest

This is the fifth consecutive day of student protests and walkouts.



6 Things the Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You About the Berkeley Protests Against Abusive Police

Did you hear people tried to stop the vandalism and cleaned it up?


DEC. 8 — Berkeley Bleeds: Broken Bones & Cracked Skulls


Many students were injured during the protests at UC Berkeley as thousands of students took to the streets to participate in #BlackLivesMatter.

DEC. 8 — New York City Councilmembers March Into City Council Chambers Chanting "Hands Up, Don't Shoot!"

DEC. 8 — Protesters shut down New York's Verrazano Bridge during the Monday morning commute:

The Verrazano Bridge connects Brooklyn and Staten Island, the borough where Eric Garner was choked to death by police.

Official statement from protesters:


DEC. 7 — Union Station/Crown Center Demonstration

On Sunday, December 7th, a student from Paseo High School organized a protest in solidarity with Ferguson, New York, Oakland, and other uprisings against police brutality and murder across the United States and the world.

Protestors held a die in at "Crown Center," a popular destination for Christmas shopping, and led their march in and out of Union Station. Some of the chants heard included "Black Lives Matter," "I can't breathe!" and "Hands up, Don't Shoot!"



DEC. 7 — Miami Florida #ferguson2miami taking the freeway now #ShutItDown

Marching against systemic police violence:



(Images: Courtesy of Revolution News)

Protesting in a Police State: How to Stay Safe When Exercising Your Rights:


Image taken recently in Ferguson, Missouri USA, during the Justice for Michael Brown protests.

(Images: Courtesy of Revolution News)

Berkely Studnts face tear-gas from Berkeley PD after hours of peaceful protests:




VIDEO: Militarized police assaulting students in Berkeley

VIDEO: BREAKING: Police Deploy Tear Gas Tonight in Berkeley California

Police use LRAD and pepper spray during March for Eric Garner:

Berkeley Cops Beat Protestors during preaceful protests against police violence:




 DEC. 6 — Berkeley Cops Beat Protestors 12/6/2014 #BlackLivesMatter:

Broadway stars, directors, producers, musicians, choreographers, designers, and technicians stage a flash mob in Times Square to send a message about violence and the brutal killing of Eric Garner:

Over 400 people shut down Sunrise Highway on Long Island, New York in memory of Eric Garner ahead of the Union Square protest:




14 Arrested in Milwaukee Meets Ferguson Rally – 2 Children Taken by CPS:


Thousands of protesters march through Boston commons for Eric Garner during the Christmas concert:


 Demonstrators hit the streets of New York for Mike Brown as part of a nationwide walkout at college campuses:




 The Killing of Tamir Rice: Cleveland Police Criticized for Shooting 12-Year-Old Holding Toy Gun:


 'This Stops Today:' Nationwide Protests Planned in Wake of Eric Garner Decision:


Missouri Erupts in Unrest Fueled by Emotion After the Grand Jury's Decison:


DEC. 7 Police Chief Charged with Murdering Unarmed Black Man:


DEC. 7 People Power Grows, Demands Justice:


DEC. 7 Los Angeles Police Shoot, Kill Man Amid Crowd of Tourists on Hollywood Walk of Fame:


DEC. 6 White Officer Shoots and Kills Unarmed Black Man Carrying a Pill Bottle:


 Video: The United States of Ferguson:


DEC. 6 How Missouri’s White Establishment Convinced America to Take Darren Wilson’s Side:


DEC. 6 This Country Needs a Truth and Reconciliation Process on Violence Against African Americans—Right Now:


DEC. 5 Justice Department Investigating NYPD Cop Caught Killing Eric Garner on Video:


DEC. 5 Hands Up, Don’t Choke:


DEC. 4 Vince Warren on How Police Officers Get Away with Killing from Ferguson to NYC:


DEC. 3 Autopsy Reveals Cop Shot Mentally Ill Man in the Back:


DEC. 2 A Nationwide Protest Brings the Country Together in Solidarity for Ferguson:


DEC. 2 Ferguson Protests Escalate Despite Holiday Weekend:


DEC. 1 Dehumanizing the Black Lives of America: Michael Eric Dyson on Ferguson, Police Brutality and Race:


NOV. 30 Charges Dropped Against Man Beaten Unconscious by LAPD:


NOV. 29 Officers Who Shot 12-Year-Old Holding Toy Gun Refused to Give Him First Aid:


NOV. 28 How Ferguson Showed Us the Truth About Police:


NOV. 26 Shaking the Heavens in Ferguson, Missouri:


NOV. 26 Riot as the Language of the Unheard: Ferguson Protests Set to Continue In Fight for Racial Justice:


NOV. 26 Feeding Ferguson in Mind and Body:


NOV. 25 Black Man Killed by Police? McCulloch Does It Again:


NOV. 25 Ferguson Erupts in Unrest Fueled by Emotion After the Grand Jury’s Decison:


NOV. 24 Rookie Cop Guns Down 12-Year-Old Child on Playground:


NOV. 23 NYPD Cop Shoots and Kills Unarmed Man for No Reason:


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