Episcopal Diocese of Maryland awards $175,000 in first round of reparations program Reparations, a widely discussed topic but one that never really seems to go a lot further than discussion when it comes to the African American community. Well right here in Baltimore there is one entity that is working on fulfilling its promise of […]
BLM paid co-founder’s baby daddy nearly 5 times more than Trayvon Martin foundation The BLM Global Foundation has been under the microscope recently for the way donations have been spent. Now there is more information coming out after an IRS filing showed some interesting facts about the organizations finances. The filings showed: Co-founder Patrice Cullors […]
George Zimmerman’s Defamation Lawsuit Against Trayvon Martin’s Parents Has Been Dismissed Remember this name George Zimmerman. Well he is back in court for his defamation and conspiracy lawsuit against the parents of Trayvon Martin the young man he shot and killed, but this time it didn’t work in his favor. Zimmerman even included their attorney […]
According to reports, the Dallas Independent School District has apologized to Emmett J. Conrad High School valedictorian Rooha Haghar for her principal cutting her microphone off when she mentioned Trayvon Martin and Tamir Rice during her speech.
This "mother of the movement" announced that she wants to represent District 1 in the Miami-Dade County Commission.
Fresh off the success of the Kalief Browder documentary, Jay Z and the Weinstein company are reportedly partnering up again to do an ambitious series of film and television projects about Trayvon Martin. According to Variety, the rap icon won the rights to two books about Martin, the unarmed black Florida teenager who was fatally […]
The shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin took place five years in Sanford, Fla., igniting a flurry of activism and discussion on race matters in America. The tragic shooting at the hands of volunteer night watchman George Zimmerman and his 2013 acquittal gave birth to the Black Lives Matter movement, along with a renewed focus […]
"17," a beautiful 17-minute visual EP, pays homage to those who have lost their lives due to racial and police violence.
President Donald Trump told Fox News that a replacement for the Affordable Care Act may not come until 2018.