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Civil Rights & Social Justice

Donations have poured in to help his family pay for a lawyer.

The family of Brianna Grier, the Black woman who died after falling out of a patrol vehicle has filed a lawsuit for $100 million.

Georgia NAACP President called on Fulton County district attorney Fani Willis to take action in the death of LaShawn Thompson.

Two NYPD officers were not charged for their police van hitting and killing Ronald Anthony Smith, a pedestrian. The van was speeding, ran red lights and was not being used in an emergency capacity at the time of the fatal collision.

Online donations for Jordan Neely have lagged while those for his killer, Daniel Penny, have generated millions of dollars. This is America.

The killing of Banko Brown, a Black man, at a San Francisco Walgreens, highlights the urgent need for accountability for anti-trans violence.

Jordan Neely's chokehold killer is getting a lot of attention, but don't forget about the other two other men shown on video aiding and abetting him on the subway. Who are they, and will they be held accountable?

The identity of the man who used a deadly chokehold to kill Jordan Neely on a New York City subway train is being protected by the NPYD. But who is he? Here's everything we know about the subway vigilante.

Atlanta police have released images of a man they believe could be connected to the fatal shooting of Koko Da Doll. 

Kenneth Pilon was sentenced to 10 months in federal prison and one year of supervised release for death threats targeting BLM supporters.

Rasheeda Williams, also known as Koko Da Doll, who starred in Sundance Film Festival doc Kokomo City, was fatally shot in Atlanta.