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Months Before His Killing, Rayshard Brooks Spoke Candidly About The Failures Of The Justice System And Called For Reform

He said that while the downfalls in the system hurt him, they hurt his family even more.
Alyssa Curtis
 • 5 months ago

16 Wins We’ve Seen As Black Lives Matter Protests Continue To Apply Pressure

Amid all of the protests happening around the country, our voices have been heard and changes have been made.
Blavity Team
 • 6 months ago

Pennsylvania Prison Guard Lies About Mumia Abu-Jamal Being Hospitalized With COVID-19 In Cruel Hoax

"You can imagine what we feel," his longtime ally Johanna Fernandez said. "We're angry. We feel like the joke’s on us. We feel powerless."
Zahara Hill
 • 7 months ago

Annual #FreeBlackMamas Bailout Initiative Beginning Early This Year In Wake Of COVID-19 Pandemic

Celebrating Black mothers and not just on Mother's Day.
Amanda Monroe
 • 7 months ago

Some Ex-Felons Were Required To Pay To Register To Vote. The Federal Court Just Ruled It Unlawful.

Freed ex-felons in Florida can't register to vote until they pay their dues.
Christian Spencer
 • 9 months ago

DC Police Announce They'll No Longer Handcuff Children Under 12, Folks Ask Why They Were Ever Doing That In The First Place

This should've never been a thing.
Lauren Richardson
 • 10 months ago

WNBA Player Maya Moore Sitting Out Another Season To Advocate For Prisoner Believed To Have Been Wrongfully Convicted

Jonathan Irons was convicted by an all-white jury with no DNA, recorded confession, fingerprints or evidence.
Amanda Monroe
 • 10 months ago

Yo Gotti And Roc Nation Have Followed Through On Their Promise To Sue Mississippi For Its Prison Conditions

Gotti described the prison conditions as “absolutely inhumane and unconstitutional."
Alyssa Curtis
 • 10 months ago

Rep. Ayanna Pressley Takes On Consequences Of 94' Crime Bill With New Criminal Justice Plan

"For far too long, those closest to the pain have not been closest to the power."
Patrick Forrest
 • a year ago

Oklahoma Is Set To Make History By Releasing 462 Incarcerated Individuals In A Single-Day Due To New Reforms

Monday's announcement is set to be the largest single-day mass commutation in U.S. history.
Patrick Forrest
 • a year ago

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