In the early hours of February 4, 1999, a 23-year-old Guinean immigrant named Amadou Diallo (born September 2, 1975) was fatally shot by four New York City Police Department plainclothes officers: Sean Carroll, Richard Murphy, Edward McMellon, and Kenneth Boss. Carroll would later claim to have mistaken him for a rape suspect from one year earlier, a claim never confirmed by objective evidence. The officers fired a total of 41 shots, 19 of which struck Diallo, outside his apartment at 1157 Wheeler Avenue in the Soundview section of the Bronx.

Jonny Begood, a specimen of human feces I’m guessing is like the average Trump voter. Racist in the comfort of his own home and doesn’’t get the B.L.M movement at all, in fact they are threatened by it. This guy seriously puts pictures of Jesus & Trump on his page claiming ”Together they will bring […]

Scandals of teachers doing bad stuff in the classroom are all too common and usually full of ick. But sometimes a teacher breaks the rules and it’s the right thing, such as with 24-year-old John Scopes, who decided Tennessee’s law against teaching evolution was simian stupidity. The law was named after an evangelical Christian. Let’s […]

Never forget how they all helped kill the only black woman at this sleep over!!! “On November 4th 2018, 40 year old Tamla Horsford attended an adult sleepover with 7 white women who were supposedly her friends. The “all women” sleepover was eventually crashed by 3 white men. At 7:30 am the next morning, Tamla’s […]

“State of the Union” is their new aggressive and simply fantastic track. Produced by DJ Premier, it’s “a fiery return to the frontlines as they take on Donald Trump and his fascist regime,” according to a new press release. It continues: “An unflinching statement about the destruction the current administration has unleashed on the country and its people, ‘State of the Union (STFU)’ speaks truth to power while urging people to fight against racism, injustice and oppression with their vote.”

Some great news, racism on social media doesn’t go undetected. People find out who they are and report them to their workplaces and families. Probably several of the companies wouldn’t have done this a year ago, but today they will. If you know of someone and have evidence, you can give it to the ”Exposing […]

On May 15, 2010, Kalief Browder was not yet 17 years old. He lived in the Bronx, near the zoo, with his adoptive mother. He was on his way home from a party with his friend when police stopped him. They were responding to a call that two black men had stolen a backpack containing […]