Monthly Archives: January 2015

D.C. Schools Plans To Invest $20 Million In Black Male Students

With all of the bad news about protests against police violence in Black communities around the nation, we are happy to report a bit of good news. Washington D.C. Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson has announced plans to invest $20 million … Continue reading

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Black male unemployment still remains twice the rate as a number of other groups.

NewsOne’s news round-up: – Even though unemployment has come down dramatically for most groups in this country, Black male unemployment still remains twice the rate as a number of other groups. NewsOne reports: …See More Unemployment Still Twice as High … Continue reading

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NYC to Pay $3,900,000 in Cop Shooting of Ramarley Graham

NYC to Pay $3,900,000 in Cop Shooting of Ramarley Graham The 18-year-old black teen was fatally shot by NYPD Officer Richard Haste in his Bronx home on Feb. 2, 2012. THEROOT.COM|BY LYNETTE HOLLOWAY

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Father Irate After Cops With History of Misconduct Force 11 Year Old Daughter to the Ground at Gunpoint

 BreakingBrown “One of the officers was pushing me down and when he was pushing me down, (he) put his knee on me and the other officer had his gun pointed at me,” she told Channel 9. http://breakingbrown.com/…/cops-with-history-of-misconduct…/

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National Association for Medical Malpractice Victims, Inc.

National Association for Medical Malpractice Victims, Inc. Founded in 2013 by groups of everyday people who firmly believe that every citizen of this country has the right to fight for life and have justice served when they have been harmed by … Continue reading

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Parents all over are having problems with the educational system!

 The Chicago Defender Report: ‪#‎HowardUniversity‬ Middle School principal PULLS TEACHERS OUT OF CLASSROOMS ‘for teaching ‪#‎BlackHistory‬.’ Teachers were fired in front of shocked students; POLICE escorted teachers out of the building.

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Stop Punishing People After They Have Been Released From Prison

Stop Punishing People After They Have Been Released From Prison Continuing to punish people after they have been punished is not only vindictive but also counterproductive to building safe and healthy communities. BILLMOYERS.COM

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