Before police took the life of a 26 year old Breonna Taylor shooting and killing her in her Louisville, Kentucky apartment during a botched warrant raid on March 13, 2020, a similar botched raid happened in Texas however instead of the person who’s home they busted into unannounced being killed an officer was shot then […]


This story I have to share with you today is complex, and is changing by the minute. And it starts with a courageous young activist from Tennessee named Justin Jones. Young activists across the country are the lifeblood of change. They fuel every movement for change. Always have. They are the protestors, the demonstrators, the […]

Kim Kardashian shocked many when she announced her plans to further her interests in criminal justice reform by becoming a lawyer. Although some were pleasantly surprised by her determination, others doubted that the reality star’s intentions were genuine. Kim K took to social media to fire back at critics while also trying to inspire others to […]

For the first time since Bill Cosby was found guilty of drugging and molesting Andrea Constand in 2004, his wife Camille has made a public statement, which was posted on Bill’s social media accounts. In the statement, Camille called the verdict “mob justice.” Camille put blame on the media for demonizing her husband and said in her statement, “The overall media, with […]

Hundreds come out to demanding freedom for Meek. Source: Marcus Ingram / Getty Meek Mill‘s fans filled the streets in Philadelphia to demand his release from lockup. Meek could face 2 to 4 years in prison for violating his probation in two cases that have been dropped, and the public is not pleased. The Wins […]

It seems Cleveland Browns legend Jim Brown has changed his stance on NFL protests according to TMZ Jim Brown is softening his opinion on Colin Kaepernick‘s kneeling demonstration — telling TMZ Sports he’s decided he’s “fine” with NFL players protesting during the national anthem. The NFL legend had previously lashed out against the protesters back in August  — saying, […]

In honor of Black History Month, watch the first installment of “Bridging The Gap,” a series that honors the Black liberation movements of the past and present. Fifty years after Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton founded the Black Panther Party for Self Defense, Americans still grapple with understanding the controversial and revolutionary group created […]

For decades, ex-felons returning to their communities have been met by obstacles that made it difficult for them to get back on their feet. Most were banned from affordable public housing, certain jobs, and obtaining grants to go to college because of their criminal records. Unable to find housing or decent jobs to support themselves […]

NYC #ShutItDown for Eric Garner! This Friday we show our resistance This Friday we show our power #NOJUSTICENOPEACE — Millions March NYC (@MillionsMarch) July 11, 2015 One year after Eric Garner was brought to his knees by a New York Police Department officer and placed in a violent and deadly chokehold for allegedly selling loose cigarettes, marchers […]

#BREAKING: After 4decades of #solitary confinement, tonight a judge granted #AlbertWoodfox unconditional release! — AmnestyInternational (@amnesty) June 8, 2015 A federal district court on…

Some of our faith in humanity has been restored. A GoFundMe initiative has raised enough money to move Samaria Rice out of a homeless shelter and into a new home after her heartbreak over the death of her son Tamir forced her to leave her home and move into a homeless shelter. Rice couldn’t bear to reside in the home so […]

It’s been five months since Tamir Rice – the 12-year-old gunned down by an Ohio police officer for playing with a toy gun – died, but the ongoing investigation into his death has produced no charges for the cop involved in the fatal shooting. The stalled investigation has not only taken an emotional toll on Tamir’s mother, […]