Archive for October 23rd, 2013

Arrested For Buying An Expensive Belt While Black
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Arrested For Buying An Expensive Belt While Black

“His only crime was being a young black man,” Michael Palillo, the attorney for Trayon Christian said of his client. Barneys New York and the New York Police Department have now been slapped with a lawsuit after arresting an African American college student from Queens Christian was stopped at the luxury department store in April […]

Cop Finds Mom Trying To Steal Groceries, Buys Her $100 Worth Of Food
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Cop Finds Mom Trying To Steal Groceries, Buys Her $100 Worth Of Food

It’s rare that we have positive news to report about police officers lately. It seems every time we turn around, a law enforcement officer is shooting an unarmed African American youth, or simply a guy running to them for help after a car accident, an unarmed African American couple who they mistakenly thought were firing […]

Teachers Accused Of Segregating Black and White Students
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Teachers Accused Of Segregating Black and White Students

A fifth grade teacher at a Texas elementary school is accused of segregating African American and Caucasian students from one another. The students say that the separation was not merely coincidental, as the teacher insulted African American students and made disparaging comments about some of their families too. A statement released by the Fort Worth […]

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Native American Protester Shot By Canadian Federal Agent, Now May Lose Leg
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Native American Protester Shot By Canadian Federal Agent, Now May Lose Leg

His internal bleeding went untreated for two days after being shot by a Canadian federal RCMP agent. Now, Tyson Peters, a Native American activist and member of the Mi’kmaq Warriors Society, may lose his leg. Last Thursday in the early morning, the RCMP attacked the anti-shale gas encampment of protesters on a piece of land adjacent to […]