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I'm Still Here Episode 2: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
What's happened in Ferguson since Mike Brown's death?
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In St. Louis, This Woman Is Making A Change One Meal At A Time
Mama Cat is one of the many people still doing the work post-Ferguson.
Have Race Relations In St. Louis Changed Since Michael Brown Was Killed?
For HuffPost’s “Listen To America” bus tour, we asked if racial tensions in St. Louis have improved or worsened in the three years since unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot dead by a police officer.
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It's Not Just Ferguson
Thomas B. Harvey
National Director of Strategic Relationships and Advocacy, The...
Is it progress if courts just promise to start following the law?
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Years After Michael Brown's Killing, The Legal Struggle To Affirm Citizens' Rights Remains
Mae C. Quinn
Director, St. Louis MacArthur Justice Center
Those who thought the galvanizing ordeal would bring a tide of change are finding true police reform hard to come by.
August 9: A Day Of Repentence
Author and Activist
August 9th is a good time to remember that the United States has an addiction, and an affliction, of violence.
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Remembering Michael Brown: Police Don’t Create Safety -- Communities Do
Aprill O. Turner
Director of Communications & Media Relations, Campaign For You...
His death should serve as a daily reminder of the very real work left undone.
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The Collective Déjà Vu Of Black America
We are stuck in a loop of violence and injustice.
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I Used To Be Ashamed Of My Blackness
Politico | Organizer | Speaker | Author
After years of programming trained me to hate my skin, reversing my thinking has been a struggle.
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Baseball Coach Learns Sex Of His Baby With Fitting 'Gender Reveal'
Watch the team's adorable celebration.
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UNSOLVED: The Murder of Ferguson Activist Darren Seals
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The Oppression and Mass Execution of African-American Men will Cripple America
Gregg L. Greer
The not guilty verdict and acquittal of all charges against George Zimmerman in the case of Trayvon Martin, the decision
'What About Black-on-Black Crime?' What About Pink Polka Dotted Unicorns?
Writer, Speaker and Urban Activist
To the misguided folks, who use legalized murder of black men as an opportunity to publicly chastise the black community, shame on you! Valid concerns or not, the timing of your crusade will never be appropriate.
From Dallas To The B.E.T. Awards: Was The Revolution Televised?
Educator, poet, OptimistPrime, satirist, CORO Ed Leadership Fe...
Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes: The Necessity Of Police Accountability In The Wake Of Tragedy
Student, Wesleyan University
In the wake of the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Falcon Heights, Minnesota, respectively, the American public and its institutions have once more entered into the necessary and painful conversation about police brutality.
Advice For White Folks In The Wake Of The Police Killing Of A Black Person
Writer, aspiring ally. Education and justice.
As a White person, I will never know the extent of this sort of pain. I can, however, offer some modest advice to other White folks who are trying to figure out how to be good allies on a day like today.
This Rapper And Composer Is Fighting Racism Through Music
Brown University Freshman and Jazz Pianist Warner Meadows talks about his new music video "WHATYOUSEE," which confronts racism and injustic through music.
Being Black and the Caribbean's Self Identity
Ayana Malaika Crichlow
Daughter of the twin isle of Trinidad and Tobago
Exposing and Challenging the Subtler Dynamics of Modern Racism
Engaged citizen, opinionated writer, critical media studies sc...
When you benefit from your race in some of these serious situations, as white people do, it's easy to take those privileges for granted, or to assume they exist for everyone. They don't. The world is not just.
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DOJ Agreement Would Crack Down On Ferguson Police, Court Abuses
Ryan J. Reilly
The agreement would force the city to eliminate certain laws and stop policing for profit.
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