Stephon Clark

It has been almost six months since two Sacramento police officers shot and killed 22-year-old Stephon Clark as he stood in the backyard of his grandmother’s home.

Hundreds rallied In Utah to protest police excessive violence against people of color.

District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert appears more focused on reelection than justice.

A California nurse threatened to sue the person who surfaced her racist social media post about Stephon Clark that led to her getting fired.

The Cali native is stepping up at a time when many are simply watching injustice unfold.

At least six of the 20 bullets police shot into Stephon Clark's body hit him in the back, according to a new report.

Kodak Black is in prison and doesn’t like the fact that he is in protective custody.

Stephon Clark was unarmed and was shot 20 times by officers in Sacramento in his backyard.

The murder of 23-year-old Stephon Clark by Sacramento police is still fresh in the hearts and minds of his family, friends and those throughout the country who sympathize with another young, black life lost. Apparently, the grief is still too new for his brother because he appeared in an interview with Don Lemon and things […]