Seventeen-year-old Milan Morris is using fashion to make a serious statement about police brutality.
A Muslim-American teen from New Jersey was accepted into Stanford University for writing #BlackLivesMatter 100 times in response to an essay question.
Who actually thought that comparing being intoxicated to the sanctity of Black lives was a good idea?
We've been living in a post-truth world for centuries.
Joshua Beal's family says an off-duty officer with road rage fatally shot their loved-one, who was only trying to protect his teenage cousin after the officer threw her to the ground and pointed a gun in her face.
Ben & Jerry’s is displaying an admirable amount of corporate responsibility. They released a statement supporting the #blacklivesmatter movement and have created and new ice cream flavors with a touch of black pride in a show of solidarity. Ben & Jerry’s had the help in naming their new ice cream flavors. People around the world chimed […]
Douglas Muir, an adjunct professor at the University of Virginia, faces scrutiny after posting a disparaging message on Facebook aimed at Black Lives Matter.
Authorities said they released the footage of the unarmed mentally ill man's death for "the sake of the well-being of the community."
Taheshia Williams claims that the police are lying and trying to cover-up their "mistake." Meanwhile, police chief maintains that Scott was armed, despite reviewed video lacking “definitive, visual evidence that would confirm that a person is pointing a gun."
Dash cam recording contradicts the police officer's statements that Crutcher wouldn't show her his hands, in fact, they were up in the air.