In America, all black men are Michael Brown, says Tommy J. Curry, a professor of philosophy at Texas A&M University.
By Tommy J. Curry, Texas A&M University
Here's a look at what happened in those trials and in other major police shooting cases, as well as what's next for the families of the victims and the officers involved.
By Joshua Barajas
Here are five stories you may have missed in last week's news dump.
By Iman Smith, Joshua Barajas and Travis Daub
Clinton Smith's debut collection of poetry, "Counting Descent", examines what it means to grow up Black in America. Smith recounts moments from childhood when Black lives were celebrated and juxtaposes them with incidents that have become all too common in…
By Mary Jo Brooks
By Jim Salter, Associated Press
Two years later, the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson remains so politically sensitive that it has been injected into Missouri's gubernatorial campaign.
In the Greek tragedy “Antigone,” the title character is told that she cannot bury her brother, who has been killed. Echoes of the classical work rang out in 2014, when Michael Brown was shot by police and left dead in…
By Associated Press
Ferguson city leaders, struggling to balance a budget decimated by fallout from the unrest that followed the police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, will ask voters in August for a second tax increase,…
The Ferguson, Missouri, City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a number of changes to a raft of reforms meant to improve its courts and police, drawing a swift rebuke from the Justice Department.
By Errin Haines Whack, Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA — More white Americans now share the view, long held by minorities, that racism is a national problem and should be confronted, according to an analysis of recent public opinion polling.
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