According to teammates and witnesses, 17-year-old Elyse Purefoy asked for water several times and didn’t get it.
Brad Jordan, known to the hip-hop community as ‘Scarface,’ founding member of the Geto Boys, has thrown his hat into the ring.
Reparations in the United States for descendants of enslaved Africans must include repairing the structural devastation that food redlining has caused in Black communities.
Without his “bromance” with former President Barack Obama providing cover, Biden has faced more intense pushback from women’s and reproductive rights organizations.
Authorities said last Friday that a bag found on the side of the road in Arkansas contained the remains of a child. It is now confirmed to be Maleah Davis.
Houston-based activist Quanell X said Derion Vence, Maleah’s stepfather, allegedly confessed to dumping her body on the side of the road.
“If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime,” Mueller said, “we would have said so.”
The law would have gone into effect on July 1.
The people of Africatown deserve more than soliloquies about slavery; they deserve reparations.
The 12-year-old boy was calling for his mother and yelling that he couldn't breathe.
Buried Alive Project and Decarceration Collective: Two Attorneys Join Forces To Pick The Locks On Human Cages
Brittany K. Barnett and MiAngel Cody are doing the work to dismantle mass incarceration and prevent people from being buried alive in prison.
This archaic law, a clear challenge to 1973’s landmark Roe v Wade decision, is a near-total abortion ban.
Born a sharecropper in 1933, Unita Blackwell went on to shape the course of history.
Samaria Rice knows that Tamir has become, in many ways, a symbol of the movement, but, to her, he will always be just her baby boy.
The gunmen—two students at STEM School Highlands Ranch, the charter school where the mass shooting took place—are in custody.
Alabama Rep. John Rogers, who is pro-choice, said the president’s namesake is evidence that he's "right to make a scene about abortion."