Race Matters

The threat to kill Black people at an Alabama county fair is under investigation.

Houston County Sheriff's Deputy Paul Urhahn was allowed to resign after not being fired immediately for the now-former Georgia cop cruelly referring to Ahmaud Arbery's tragic killing as "the death penalty."

The Chicopee Police Department in Massachusetts has rehired one of its former cops who retired following his racist social media posts that encouraged police brutality against protesters and wished harm to immigrants.

A fire chief in South Carolina who expressed racist sentiments via social media has been disciplined for his discriminatory comments against Black people. 

Nine police officers at Hampton University were the latest casualties in a growing list of cops being disciplined for social media posts that support racism, misogyny, violence and/or Islamophobia.

The Plain View Project is a searchable database that shows countless social media posts made by thousands of police officers around the country.