"For people who say 'systemic racism doesn't exist,' this is what it looks like: protection of white supremacy baked deep into our carceral systems," the congresswoman tweeted Saturday.
A message posted earlier this month on the police officer's Facebook account read: "I'm ready to leave my job just so I can hurt these people that act like they know what real life is about."
Loeffler has been the center of controversies surrounding her financial records, her comments on the Black Lives Matter movement and her support for President Donald Trump.
The claims are among 11,000 alleged incidents of voter fraud in Detroit, Michigan, being pushed by the GOP.
"Don't blame myself and others who are fighting for issues that matter to our communities," Tlaib said. House Democrats lost seven seats in battleground districts during the general election.
FiveThirtyEight reports that President Donald Trump's approval rating is currently 44.7 percent—more than three percent higher than it was this time last year.
Kevin Peterson Jr., 21, was left lying on the ground for eleven hours in a U.S. Bank parking lot after the fatal shooting in Vancouver, according to his family and a witness.
Less than a week before the election, less than half of registered voters say they support the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Fox host caused her own debate last night with a tweet about race and law enforcement in America.
Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin are reported to be among the states with the highest risk, according to ACLED.
The actresses complained about racist storylines to the show's creators before its cancellation.
During a school board meeting over teaching the Black Lives Matter movement to students, a group of parents faced off with BLM advocates.
The school district defended the principal's use of the slur, citing "educational purposes."
The morning after Trump told Proud Boys to "stand down" during the presidential election, one of the group's members was arrested by Portland police.
Groups of Black Lives Matter protesters gathered in Cleveland to call for justice and the ousting of President Donald Trump.
"He is putting our law enforcement in harm's way purposefully because he thinks it serves his agenda," Vice President Mike Pence's former Homeland Security and Counterterrorism adviser said.
The 22-year-old, who was not knocked over or seriously injured in the impact, refused any medical care.
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback described the police as a "white supremacist institution".
One of the three officers was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment, but no charges were brought against the other two.
The owner of the brand is also mayor of a South Carolina town.
"We are prepared to strap up our boots and, in the spirit of John Lewis, get into some good trouble," state Representative Shevrin Jones said in response to DeSantis' new proposal, which introduces new criminal offences for protesters.
North Carolina supporters of President Trump screamed "white power" and "f**k Black lives" during a parade organized by local Alamance County GOP backers.
As protests continue across the country against racial injustice and police violence, a new poll shows that the number of overall adults, white adults, and practising Christians who say that race is a problem in the U.S has decreased.
Paul Cozzens posted a picture of a soldier with a gun which warned those who support defunding the police that "Once you've managed to defund & eliminate the police, there's nobody protecting you from us."
The city of Louisville agreed to pay Taylor's family $12 million and implement new police reforms in a settlement of the civil lawsuit brought by her family.
The pastor drew comparisons between Al-Qaeda terrorists and today's protest movements across the U.S., saying both intend to destroy America.
"There's no such thing as BLUE LIVES. Stop comparing your JOB with my LIFE. Your CAREER is a choice, my BLACKNESS isn't," said Bishop Talbert Swan, president of a local NAACP chapter in Massachusetts.
"I don't have separate prayers for police victims and for police that are victimized," Sharpton said on Monday.
Charles Starks resigned from the Little Rock Police Department on Friday, stating that it is "impossible" for him to work as an officer so long as Police Chief Keith Humphrey is in charge.