State and local governments should enact Economic Bills of Rights to redefine human rights for the 21st century.
When the police pulled their guns on my middle-aged mom, a white motorist pulled up to tell them what a good job they were doing.
Join us in honoring and examining the just-released “Policy Demands for Black Power, Freedom & Justice” by the Movement for Black Lives.
Black people are twice as likely to be pulled over as whites — and three times more likely to experience the use of force afterward.
Shocking videos will come and go, but systemic police violence will continue regardless of whether we’re watching — and it demands a systemic solution.
Under the guise of protecting police, laws are being enacted that are nothing more than attempts to censor and criminalize political resistance and protests of police violence.
The war abroad and the war at home are both fueled by a fear of encroaching chaos — and it’s hard to miss the racist subtext.
The infamous Dred Scott Supreme Court ruling once denied African Americans any and all rights as human beings. Has anything changed?
Black Americans will never trust the police without serious measures to reduce police violence and improve accountability.
There’s only one way to make sure no more young girls are body-slammed by uniformed officers.
IPS’s Netfa Freeman speaks on the state of the global African movement.
The Institute for Policy Studies and Revival of PanAfricanism Forum convene to evaluate the state of the global African movement, Black people in the U.S. as a domestic colony, and why African/Black community control is the only solution.
This UN presence marks another important step forward to obtaining true independent oversight and justice for many who have lost their families to anti-Black police terrorism.