The third anniversary since George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis, all four of the former-police officers involved in the kneeling killing have finally been fully held accountable for their actions and inactions on that fateful day.


23-year-old Dayton, Ohio, man Darren Boykin died in police custody in Texarkana, Texas, after repeatedly telling officers he couldn't breathe. Two years later, Boykin's mother has filed a wrongful death lawsuit accusing officers of being  “deliberately indifferent” to her son's complaints and well-being.

The payout is part of a $5.9 million wrongful death settlement approved by a Staten Island judge.

Rep. Jeffries dissected the history of Africans in America and the Black experience in the United States.

A White Mississippi police officer will not face criminal charges for choking an unarmed man who later died.


Sgt. Kizzy Adonis is the first law enforcement official to be charged with any wrongdoing in Garner's death.

A Round Rock, Texas police officer is under major criticism after he was caught on video grabbing the neck of a Black teenager and pushing him to the ground at Round Rock High School.

An 18-year-old accused of shoplifting in Indianapolis died in police custody Saturday after twice complaining of breathing problems.

Eric Garner, whose high-profile death was captured on a cell phone video that helped to spark a national movement against police violence, is buried in an unmarked grave in New Jersey, about a dozen miles from the Staten Island, New York block where he died almost a year ago, according to The New York Daily […]

When Sgt. James Brown self-reported to jail to serve a two-day DWI sentence in July 2012, his family didn’t think he would come back on Sunday in a casket. But that’s exactly what happened to the African-American active-duty soldier who served two tours in Iraq. Now, a newly released video from the El Paso County […]


In the midst of the truth-telling videos around police brutality and excessive force coming out lately, many are calling for the protection of those who are brave enough to come forward with the evidence clearly showing that police misconduct (and sometimes even murder). SEE ALSO: Walter Scott Shooting Witness Reveals Exactly What He Saw The Staten […]