Civil Rights & Social Justice

Louisiana State Police released the video that showed a struggle between Derrick Kittling and Deputy Rodney Anderson before the shooting. The post Louisiana Deputy Who Shot Derrick Kittling Identified. Louisiana State Police Release Dash Cam Video appeared first on NewsOne.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams defended the NYPD officer shown on video punching a young woman in her face. The post NYC Mayor Defends NYPD Cop Who Punched Woman’s Face On Video: He ‘Showed Great Restraint’ appeared first on NewsOne.

The Flint Police Department in Michigan is defending two Black officers' violent arrest of a handcuffed white woman. The post Flint Police Department Defends Black Cops Shown On Video Tasering Handcuffed White Woman appeared first on NewsOne.

Aug. 17, would have been Ashtian's 31st birthday. Instead of celebrating another year with their beloved brother and son, his mother and sisters are still seeking a sliver of justice. The post Six Years After A Harris County Constable Killed Ashtian Barnes, His Family Fights For Justice appeared first on NewsOne.

According to civil rights attorney Jill Collen Jefferson leaked audio of former Lexington Police Chief Sam Dobbins is the tip of the iceberg. The post ‘Jim Crow Never Left’: Black Residents Sue Mississippi Police Department For Civil Rights Violations appeared first on NewsOne.

It is unclear why the officer initially stopped Eugene Lewis and his brothers, but the video shows the unidentified officer roughly handling a handcuffed Eugene. The post Viral Video Shows Mississippi Highway Patrolman Beating Black Man On Side Of The Road appeared first on NewsOne.

Cincinnati officer Rose Valentino was stuck in traffic right outside of a school when she was recorded using the n-word. The post White Cincinnati Cop Caught On Body Camera Using The N-Word While Stuck In Traffic appeared first on NewsOne.

Akron police officials expect more patience and consideration than officers gave 25-year-old Jayland Walker when he was shot and killed early Monday morning.

Montgomery’s story is a testament to Black resilience and ingenuity. He was one of the most influential Black men in all of American history.

This is the fifth pattern and practice investigation since the start of the Biden administration and the 75th such investigation since Congress established the practice in the mid-1990s.