Relatives and other supporters of police terrorism victim Ramarley Graham have scheduled a memorial service for this Saturday to reflect on his life and discuss the next stages in their pursuit for justice.
Last Saturday, Avonte Oquendo, the 14-year-old mute autistic boy who captured the heart of the tristate area, was funeralized. On Wednesday, Jan. 29, Attorney General Eric Holder threw his support behind Sen. Chuck Schumer’s proposed “Avonte’s Law.” Holder said that ...
Citizens around Milwaukee are outraged over the lack of charges filed in the case of Corey Stingley, a Black 17-year-old who died at the hands of white killers.
For 25 years, the lives of the Central Park five have been in limbo
Magistrate Judge Ronald Ellis agreed to put litigation in the “Central Park Five” case on hold for 30 days
The family of Ramarley Graham is hosting a memorial commemorating the second anniversary of his death
Family members, concerned citizens, clergy and community leaders are demanding an investigation into conditions at Brooklyn Central Booking after the death of 37-year-old Kyam Livingston
The news that New York City did not want to hear was delivered on Monday afternoon. The remains that were found along the shore of the East River in Queens are those of missing autistic teen Avonte
Police are investigating whether human remains found in the East River Thursday are those of Avonte Qquendo.
Reports indicate that the Marissa Alexander, who was released on bond while she awaits trial for shooting a warning shot at her abusive husband, was almost sent back to jail after violating the terms of her bond
Supreme Court Justice Paul Wooten ruled that members of the NYPD must undergo a breathalyzer test immediately following certain shooting incidents, according to a statement released on Jan. 2.
The Malcolm X Commemoration Committee is hosting the 18th annual Dinner Tribute to the Families of Political Prisoners & Prisoners of War
A military man on active duty hangs out with friends at a bar in Tallahassee, Fla. A fight breaks out at the bar between fraternity brothers from nearby Florida A&M University—people who aren’t connected to the military man and his ...
Getting information from the New York Police Department about crimes just got harder.
Did Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio make worse an already fragile relationship between the NYPD and the Black community?