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Improved NYPD Stop-and-Frisk Training Not a Silver Bullet, Say Rights Attorneys

New stop-and-frisk training materials for all NYPD patrol officers, sergeants, and lieutenants over the next 18 months to 2 years, and which were developed under a federal court order to correct the legally incorrect training …

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NAACP Report: Real Causes of Health Disparities in the Black Community

The paper fails to demonstrate a causal relationship between natural gas activity and the health disparities, reported or predicted, within the African American community.

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Justice Should Not Just Be for the Wealthy

Even though people are innocent in the eyes of the law, they’re punished and deprived of their freedom with disastrous consequences for their lives and their families– unless they are wealthy enough to buy their freedom.

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91 Percent of Americans Support Criminal Justice Reform, ACLU Polling Finds

The American Civil Liberties Union Campaign for Smart Justice released new public opinion polling today that shows consensus support for criminal justice reform across the ideological and political spectrum.

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Tiffany Haddish First Black Woman Standup Comedian to Ever Host the SNL

Comedian Tiffany Haddish is making headlines for her hilarious debut appearance on Saturday Night Live. She is reportedly the first Black woman standup comedian to ever host …

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Tiffany Curry, Named “Woman of the Year” at the 2017 Global Power Tour in Houston

Curry, is a dynamic game-changing real estate broker associate in Houston, TX who ranks in the Top 2% of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brokerage network worldwide.

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Alpha Phi Alpha Gamma Lambda Chapter Partners with Jackets for Jobs for Veterans

Jackets for Jobs and the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity have long been doing the work in the Detroit area that benefit men and women facing tough circumstances …

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Overt Racism and Shaming Linked to Fear of “Not Being Enough,” Says Empowerment Strategist

As the founder of the famous “You Are Enough” Empowerment Movement, Harold believes that people who spread hate and subject others to discriminatory comments simply do not know that “they are enough”.

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Law Enforcement and Teens Learn how Living Together and Working Together Leads to Respect

The theme of the forum, which will be held at South Mountain High School in Phoenix, is “Law Enforcement and Teens Learn how Living Together and Working Together Leads to Respect.”

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Forum: Impacts of Structural and Institutional Racism on Women of Color

As part of our work to dismantle racism and promote greater justice and equality, we invite you to join Action NC as we host a powerful forum about the Impacts of Structural and Institutional Racism on Women of Color.

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Texans Owner Bob McNair Meant Everything He Said about NFL Players

Black players in the National Football League have been described as ungrateful, thugs, sons of bitches and inmates by talking heads on sports radio, the commander-in-chief and most recently at least one NFL owner.

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Is the FBI’s New Focus on “Black Identity Extremists” the New COINTELPRO?

If you’ve been to a Black Lives Matter rally or tweeted the related hashtag recently, then

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