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A year after the murder of Michael Brown Jr. there are thousands of transformative stories from a compiled list of unheard voices. The Ferguson Uprising…

One year after Michael Brown's shooting death, some Ferguson residents and leaders told us they see signs of progress. Others are skeptical.

It’s been almost a year since Michael Brown’s tragic death, and the city of Ferguson is still rebuilding. Ferguson Mayor James Knowles recently announced that…

Hundreds of young people turned out to voice concerns about life growing up in Baltimore City. The National Action Network created a forum for dialogue between Baltimore youth and leaders of the City of Baltimore and the State of Maryland. The leaders in attendance included President of the NAN Rev. Al Sharpton, Larry Young, Sen. […]

Friday morning Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced in a press conference that Freddie Gray‘s death has been ruled a homicide and all arresting officers have been charged. Charges range from second-degree murder to manslaughter. Warrants have been issued for the six arresting officers. One officer, the driver of the police van, has been charged with […]

Former Baltimore Raven Ray Lewis is heartbroken over the recent riots in Baltimore. The SuperBowl champ even passed up an opportunity to cover the NFL Draft to keep a close eye on Baltimore. Ray’s passionate words resonate in the hearts of Baltimoreans and we hope it resonates  in the hearts of rioters. “No way, no […]

Maryland Governor Hogan has signed an Executive Order declaring a state of emergency and activating the National Guard. Baltimore rioters have been attacking police, vandalizing businesses, looting and causing mass destruction in Baltimore City since Freddie Gray was laid to rest Monday morning. “I, Lawrence J. Hogan Jr, Governor of the State of Maryland…declare that […]

Updated 9:55pm — Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake held a press conference Saturday expressing her disappointment in some of the protesters inciting violence and destruction within Baltimore City. Jason Downs, a representative for Freddie Gray’s family, urged protesters to remain peaceful. Fredricka Gray, the twin sister of Freddie Gray spoke on behalf of her parents saying […]

If you are a Black person living in America, then this headline from Monday’s New York Times may be jarring, but not truly shocking: 1.5 Million…

Al Sharpton’s annual National Action Network conference kicked off this week with a panel that allowed the mother of Michael Brown to reveal some startling truths about her troubles since losing…