As major cities move towards decarceration and are closing jails and prisons, smaller cities and rural communities are incarcerating people at higher rates. Image: MMG Incarceration can cost an average of $60K per inmate in some states In 2017, there were 1,549 black prisoners for every 100K black adults On any given day, U.S. jails […]Prison, … Continue reading Prison, Profits And The Black Community — Mosi-Blog
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — A judge on Tuesday dismissed a hate crime charge against a white man who stabbed a black college student to death at a bus stop on the University of Maryland’s campus. 508 more wordsJudge Drops Hate Crime Charge In Student’s Fatal Stabbing — Black America Web White privilege. Damn shame.
by Danny Haiphong Colin Kaepernick Shows that American Innocence is a White Supremacist Sport The Black struggle for dignity and self-determination will forever be criminalized as a problem by the white elite and their hirelings in the Black misleadership class. “We must hold Black servants of the American Empire accountable.” Colin Kaepernick hasn’t played an […]Colin … Continue reading Colin Kaepernick Shows that Amerikan Innocence is a White Supremacist Sport — Mosi-Blog
… the next time you get pulled over for speeding – especially if it’s for doing 55 in a 54 – you should ask yourself why it’s happening. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the last time I got a speeding ticket. It was nearly a decade ago and it’s a pretty unremarkable […]Cities With … Continue reading Cities With More Black Residents Rely More On Traffic Tickets And Fines For Revenue — Nappy Newz
On Tuesday, one of the first crisp fall nights in New York City, a long line of John Jay College students and community members are huddled outside the large wooden doors of The Riverside Church in Manhattan, New York. 1,452 more wordsCyntoia Brown-Long Says God And Faith Gave Her A Second Chance — Black America Web
Michael Drejka, the white man charged and convicted of killing a Black man over a parking space dispute was handed a 20-year prison sentence, a Florida judge ruled Thursday. 472 more words‘I will never forgive you’ says Black mother to the white man who shot and killed son in parking lot dispute — theGrio
Mark Schand, a Black man from Connecticut who spent 27 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of a crime he did not commit, was recently awarded $27 million to compensate for every year he was imprisoned. Schand was then-21-years old when he was sentenced to life without parole after being convicted of shooting and … Continue reading Wrongfully Convicted Black Man From Connecticut Who Spent 27 Years in Prison Wins $27 Million Lawsuit — BCNN1 WP