Notre Dame Became The First Women’s Team To Support I Can’t Breathe Shirts


The Fighting Irish wore the I Can’t Breathe T-shirts during warmups in their game against Michigan last Saturday afternoon The shirts are part of a movement in this country regarding racial inequality stemming from a number of incidents regarding race, the police and questions with our justice … [Read more...]

Watch Stevie Wonder Speak on Ferguson, Eric Garner, Gun Control at Seattle Concert

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By Colin Stutz, Billboard - "I do understand that something is wrong, real wrong, and we as family, Americans, all of us, of all colors, need to fix it with a quickness real soon" Following a New York grand jury's decision Wednesday not to indict an NYPD officer involved in the apparent … [Read more...]

#CrimingWhileWhite Explodes on Twitter Following Eric Garner Decision


By Ryan Gajewski Former 'Daily Show' writer Jason Ross encouraged his white Twitter followers to share stories of lenient punishments they received from police #CrimingWhileWhite Following a grand jury's decision not to indict the police officer who killed Eric Garner with a choke hold while … [Read more...]

Amy Berg Working on Documentary About Michael Brown Shooting, “Black Male Crisis”

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By Hilary Lewis The filmmakers have set up an Indiegogo campaign for the project, which they've been filming in Ferguson since August Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Amy Berg, actor Nate Parker and writer-director Matthew Cooke have teamed up to make a documentary about what they're … [Read more...]

Watch: J.Cole ‘Made In America’ Tribute to Michael Brown ‘Be Free’


By Marc Gordon The Liberty Stage is set, 'Made In America' festival, at Philadelphia’s Ben Franklin Parkway, the artist J Cole reflects on time he spent on the ground in Ferguson, Mo. in support,  protesting, strategizing  & engaging fellow protesters over the unjust killing of 18-year-old … [Read more...]

Melissa Harris-Perry’s Searing Tribute To Black Men Killed By Police


In a short but powerful segment , Melissa Harris-Perry connected the recent police killing of Michael Brown to the deaths of other black men at the hands of police  America's history — and to of injustice towards black people. Harris-Perry read the names of some of the hundreds of men who were … [Read more...]

25th Anniverary for Spike Lee’s “Do The Right Thing”


25 years ago, director Spike Lee released "Do The Right Thing" a great movie about the social climate in Brooklyn between black & white. I remember the theme music distinctly, A classic but controversial hit from the legendary group Public Enemy "Fight The Power" an emotional, socially charged … [Read more...]