Tag: Race Relations

Weekend At Bernie’s: Sanders Tell Black Student to ‘Respect’ Police to Avoid Getting ‘Shot in the Back of the Head’ | The Root

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Bernie Sanders has all the answers. The almost Octogenarian presidential hopeful showed up and showed out during a question-and-answer session at a forum held at Benedict College on Saturday. owned by a black woman When a black male student asked Sanders how he should handle getting pulled over by a police officer, Sanders responded “respect what they are doing so […]
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‘I Beat That N***r Like He Owed Me Money’: New Jersey Cop Faces Up to 40 Years for Federal Charges Including Using Excessive Force | Atlanta Black Star

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Kiersten Willis, Atlanta Black Star © Chris Pedota/NorthJersey.com Former Paterson Police Officer, Frank Toledo, leaves the Federal Courthouse in Newark on July 16, 2019 after being charged in court. Featured Image FBI investigation into several police officers in Paterson, New Jersey, has led to a seventh one being charged. On Tuesday, Frank Toledo pled guilty in U.S. District Court in […]
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World War II veteran calls honorable discharge from Army to correct an ‘injustice’ nearly 75 years later ‘a miracle’ | Chicago Tribune

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FacebookTwitterMailPHILADELPHIA World War II veteran Nelson Henry Jr. never thought he would see the day the Army would correct his discharge nearly 75 years after he was forced to leave the military because of the color of his skin. Henry, 95, of Philadelphia, received word Monday from the Army Correction of Military Records office that his discriminatory “blue discharge” from […]
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The Heavy Burden of Teaching My Son About American Racism | The Atlantic If my black child has to learn that society will hate him, he should hear about it from someone who unconditionally loves him.">The Heavy Burden of Teaching My Son About American Racism | The Atlantic If my black child has to learn that society will hate him, he should hear about it from someone who unconditionally loves him.

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If my black child has to learn that society will hate him, he should hear about it from someone who unconditionally loves him.
The Heavy Burden of Teaching My Son About American Racism | The Atlantic If my black child has to learn that society will hate him, he should hear about it from someone who unconditionally loves him." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More