The Ferguson police have dragged their feet investigating the attempted murder of a protest organizer. She received a gunshot to the head.
The DOJ sent a letter to state and municipal courts instructing them to stop targeting poor people for profit. This comes in the aftermath of a scathing DOJ report of the Ferguson police and courts that targeted poor blacks for fines.
Officials in Ferguson, Missouri and the Department of Justice announced a tentative deal on Wednesday to overhaul the city's embattled police force in an effort to avoid a costly court battle, reports USA Today.
More proof that the state of emergency exists in the Black community? Check out the numbers in this week's The Retweet.
One of the most well-known photos of the Ferguson protests of 2014 featured Edward Crawford, the dreadlocked man holding a bag potato chips while flinging…
The municipal court judge in Ferguson, Mo. ordered the withdrawal of all arrest warrants issued before December 31, 2014
Andre Anderson, Ferguson's interim police chief, is facing scrutiny following the reveal of his previous three suspensions.
Despite a Justice Department report, Ferguson is still dolling out a disproportionate number of arrest warrants to minorities.
Ferguson Police Slow To Investigate Attempted Murder Of Protest Organizer
Justice Department Tells Courts To Stop Jailing Poor People For Profit
DOJ, Ferguson Officials Reach Deal To Revamp Police Operations After Michael Brown’s Death
The Retweet: #WhichEmergency Proves The Problem Is In State Violence, Not Protesters