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America’s Challenge: Where Do We Go From Here?

If the recent killings of Black males by law enforcement seem familiar, unfortunately, it is becoming just that! Although the situations, circumstances, and geographical...

Spring Valley High police brutality video demonstrates school to prison pipeline

Yesterday a disturbing new video was circulated on social media of a police officer assaulting a young black girl who was seated in a...

Respectability won’t save you

The events that preceded Sandra Bland’s death have revived an old conversation in black communities: how to make it home after an encounter with...

#BlackLivesMatter Doesn’t Mean that All Lives Don’t

Many critics of the Black Lives Matter Movement have tried to paint the movement as anti-police and anti-White-people. Many have called the phrase “Black...

Latino Families of Those Killed by NYPD Lose Faith in District...

In many ways, New York City has been the epicenter of the struggle over police racial profiling. According to the New York Civil Liberties...

TRUST Act is Next Step to Keep Immigrants’ Dreams Alive

By Neidi Dominguez When President Obama announced in June that he would grant certain young, undocumented immigrants opportunities to avoid deportation and work legally in...

Puerto Rico’s Police Under Fire by the ACLU

On June 10th, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) published a scathing report on Puerto Rico's police department.  It showcased what the ACLU concluded...

Oprah, Reagan and Mitt Romney’s Views on Education

Asked nearly half a dozen times whether or not he would overturn President Obama’s decision to stop deporting undocumented youth, affording them the opportunity...

Supreme Court Rules Warrant Needed for GPS Tracking

Call it a victory for privacy.  Last week, in one of its sessions most anticipated rulings, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that police erred...

Feuding Over L.A. City Council’s 1st Black President

Some people just cannot to be happy for others. Or, at least their actions make it seem that way. Turn to the Los Angeles City Council...