Seventy percent of voters said they thought black-on-black crime was a bigger problem than police violence against African-Americans.
The "Silent Protest Parade," as it came to be known, was the first mass African-American demonstration of its kind.
YouCaring has said it is not the right platform for a law firm seeking to raise funds for cases against Black Lives Matter.
Ten recent deaths caused by police show a correlation between the size of the award and culpability.
Distribution remains one of the biggest challenges for African-American artists.
The recent acquittals in both Milwaukee and St. Paul follow a highly familiar pattern.
The group argues that federal oversight of reforms is necessary after history of racial discrimination.
The history faculty said it was "pleased to be modernizing and diversifying our curriculum in this way" but activists said the changes did not go far enough.
The FBI has confirmed they are treating the killing of Richard Collins III as a possible hate crime.
Haim and Cheryl Saban were the biggest financial supporters of Clinton's campaign.
A warrant has been issued authorizing the arrest of former Balch Springs police officer Roy Oliver to face a charge of murder for the death of Jordan Edwards.
Walter Scott was unarmed and running away when ex-North Charleston police officer Michael Slager fired eight shots at him from his department-issued firearm.
The number of ER visits after police encounters were largely stable from 2006 to 2012.
The rapper and Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein will make a six-part docuseries and feature film about Martin's death.
Don't blame this Pepsi ad for why Kendall Jenner is not on an NFL roster.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has called for a review of Obama-era consent decrees between the federal government and local law enforcement.
The U.S. president took a jab at the quarterback's free agent status at a rally in Kentucky.
It would be a huge wasted opportunity if these movements couldn't bridge the gap between them.
The killing of 25-year-old Ezell Ford was one of many shootings of unarmed black men by U.S. law enforcement that triggered national protests and fueled a renewed civil rights movement known as Black Lives Matter.