Civil Rights & Social Justice

This is tough to watch. Breonna Taylor‘s boyfriend Kenneth Walker opened up about the night she was shot and killed by cops in Louisville, Kentucky. In an interview with Gayle King on CBS This Morning, he had this to say… Watch the video below: He also revealed that he was never told that Breonna had passed, he […]

There is a new and disturbing video that has gone viral! L.A. County sheriffs are seen pointing guns at the three black teenagers that they were called to help. They kept their guns drawn on the teens even after witnesses and bystanders told them that the boys were the actual victims. Check out the footage […]

A San Francisco lawmaker, Shamann Walton, proposed the Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies Act, known as the CAREN Act, at a board meeting on Tuesday afternoon. If passed, it would make fake and racially motivated 911 calls illegal. According to NBCNews, the acronym for Board of Supervisors member Shamann Walton‘s bill, CAREN, refers to the […]

Columbus Police are denying that they ripped the legs off of a double amputee after dousing him with pepper spray and has released body cam footage to back their story. Columbus Police Sgt. James Fuqua explains body-cam footage and footage from a pole-mounted camera near the Ohio Statehouse. Check it out below:   According to […]

Derek Chauvin had a court date Monday to set his bail for his new charge and the judge didn’t go easy on him. His bail has now been set at a little over $1 million dollars. Judge Jeannice Reding on Monday kept bail at $1 million in a hearing for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who […]

So, the U.S. Army is having a change of heart. They announced that they will consider renaming bases named for Confederate leaders. This has been asked of them for years from civil rights activist and looks like recent protest may have encouraged to really make it happen. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says he’s “open” to […]

It’s finally happening in Virginia! Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is expected to announce today (June 4th) that a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee will be removed from Richmond’s Monument Avenue. According to AP, civil rights activists have been calling for the removal of the statue for years. The statue is one of the nation’s […]