Eight years after Sandra Bland's controversial in-custody jail death, people haven't stopped saying her name and demanding justice.


The loss of Black Twitter could make it difficult to raise awareness about police brutality.

The family of Ta'Neasha Chappell, a Louisville woman who recently died under questionable circumstances in Indiana police custody, has retained the services of the attorneys who represented the family of Breonna Taylor.

Is it possible that nefarious forces at play killed Epstein instead of him taking his own life? Of course it is! But then it should be equally as plausible to think the same for what many people have called the murder of Sandra Bland.

Aman was left clinging to life in the latest apparent instance of Texas sketchy jail system failing Chester "CJ" Jackson Jr., a Black inmate.

If you needed any reminder of the omnipresent danger Black folks continue to be in at the hands of police, just look at the latest developments from the Sandra Bland and Oscar Grant cases.

Sandra Bland died in police custody three days after she was arrested.

There have been renewed calls to open up the investigation into Sandra Bland’s suspicious death after a Texas news outlet published the video she filmed of her own infamous arrest in 2015.

A Black man in California bucked conventional wisdom to surprise his girlfriend with his marriage proposal over the weekend.

A Black man was found hanged to death in the same jail where Sandra Bland died.

The Houston Museum of African-American Culture opened an exhibition for Black History Month that honors Sandra Bland.

The deal shocked Bland’s family, as they were preparing for the only criminal trial related to her death.