Civil Rights & Social Justice
The Pensacola Police Department has launched a full-scale investigation after two Black parents accused SWAT officers of physically harming their 1-year-old son during a botched raid on a home while executing a search warrant.
Civil rights leaders were reacting with disgust and anger to what they described as a racist police response to a mall fight between two teenagers at Bridgewater Commons Mall in New Jersey. The fight was recorded on video and went viral on social media.
Twenty-nine laptops and pieces of sound equipment were stolen from Simmons College of Kentucky and officials have identified the culprits from surveillance footage, but the HBCU isn't going the legal route and instead offered to enroll them in exchange for the returned property.
An NFT creator is profiting off of the murder of George Floyd through pixelated images that show Floyd in various uniformed and costumes, including a police uniform
According to the Justice Department, Donner faces a $250,000 fine and up to 10 years in prison.
Residents organizing the ethics complaint process encouraged others to contact the city's ethics officer and demand a complete and thorough investigation into Frey's actions.
U.S. District Judge Stephen R. Bough rejected the students' request to be readmitted to the school after they participated in a Change.org petition titled “Start slavery again.”
The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday indefinitely suspended Mark and Patricia McCloskeys' licenses after Missouri’s chief disciplinary counsel petitioned the court to do so. But later, the court stayed their suspensions and placed them on probation for a year instead.
While some politicians seem to think 90's nostalgia reboots mean bringing back tough-on-crime rhetoric, evidence suggests that addressing persisting economic disparity is one way to reduce gun violence.
In the wake of a racial discrimination lawsuit against the NFL, civil rights leaders met with league commissioner Roger Goodell to demand change to the so-called pro-diversity Rooney Rule that often defers to white head coaching applicants.