Posts tagged: Police Shootings - Diverse

‘Just in Case,’ Is That Our New Anthem These Days?

by | July 17, 2017 In 2017, Black men in America walk a dangerous walk. The relationship between Black men and the Read more

Rodriguez: The Miscounted of 2016 and False Media Narrative of Police Abuse

by Roberto Rodriguez | January 10, 2017
If one was relying on the mass media, one would never know that along with Blacks, Red-Brown pe [...] Read more

Hands Up, Hands Down! It Doesn’t Matter

by | September 21, 2016
I was talking to one of my childhood friends today about the shooting of an unarmed African-Ame [...] Read more

Sociology Professor: Milwaukee Riots Not a Surprise

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 14, 2016
Even before Milwaukee erupted into violence this weekend over a police shooting, the highly seg [...] Read more

The Racial Divide: Time for that Long Overdue Discussion

by Henry N. Tisdale | July 13, 2016
As Americans, we now must redouble our efforts to have an open and honest conversation about ra [...] Read more

Dallas Police Shooting — Trading Calm for Reason and Truth

by Dr. William Small Jr. | July 12, 2016
The tragic events that recently occurred in Baton Rouge, Minneapolis and Dallas combine to teac [...] Read more

Study: Blacks Less Likely to be Shot by Police Than Whites

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 11, 2016
There is no evidence of racial discrimination in officer-involved shootings, according to a rec [...] Read more