Topic: Injustice system

  • We'll keep fighting for Noel Aguilar

    Despite intimidation by Long Beach police, activists went ahead with a march and civil disobedience action to protest police murder.

  • What's on the road ahead for BLM in the Bay?

    Protests and actions in the Bay Area during Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend have raised important discussions for the struggle.

  • He thought his victims wouldn't speak out

    The conviction of an Oklahoma City cop who committed serial rape is exposing routine abuse committed against Black women.

  • Police killer indicted in Georgia

    Activists celebrated a grand jury decision to indict an Atlanta-area police officer for killing an unarmed, mentally ill man.

  • San Diego's elite should be held accountable

    Some 40 activists gathered outside of the San Diego mayor's State of the City address to protest another police killing.

  • Black Lives Matter in the North Country

    The upstate New York town of Potsdam isn't associated with social unrest, but the anti-racist struggle is changing that image.

  • Strategies to confront police violence

    What are the demands that the movement should be putting forward to stop the killing spree by police in the U.S.?

  • Killer cop back on the job in Portland

    Supporters of Aaron Campbell are still seeking justice in the shooting of the unarmed Portland man almost six years ago.

  • Who can stop the cops?

    It's not just a question of how to stop the police killing spree, but who has the power and the interest in doing so.

  • Taking the streets for Tamir

    Protesters gathered in Cleveland and other cities to protest a grand jury's decision not to indict the cop who killed Tamir Rice.

  • The truth about Rikers Island

    A mental health professional, who worked at New York City's island jail before quitting to write a book about it, speaks out.

  • What will stop the police killing spree?

    Cops in the U.S. killed a thousand people in 2015, an astronomically high number that becomes more incredible the more you examine it.

  • What will change a system of injustices?

    A recent panel discussion in Mount Vernon, New York, asked how we can win justice for the wrongfully incarcerated.

  • Why I'm standing up to the police

    A Seattle activist and educator who was attacked without warning by a cop last year describes his fight to win justice.

  • Justice denied to RonnieMan

    Despite the release of damning video from a police dash-cam, RonnieMan Johnson's killer is still not facing prosecution.

  • Will Rahm pay for all the Black lives lost?

    One month of protests in the streets of Chicago has done more to hold the police accountable than decades of legal wrangling and promises of reform.

  • The ghosts of Broome County Jail

    Family members and their supporters are seeking answers and accountability for the death of Salladin Barton.

  • Killed in broad daylight by the SFPD

    Mario Woods of San Francisco is the latest Black victim of an unprovoked police shooting that was captured on video.

  • Hearing the voices of those bearing the brunt

    The Campaign to End the Death Penalty's convention heard from those at the center of the fight: prisoners and family members.

  • Rikers' walls have got to go

    The struggle to close Rikers Island jail could mobilize New Yorkers to shut down a hated symbol of the ruling-class offensive.

  • Toppling Chicago's top cop

    After protest forced out Chicago's police chief, activists are looking at what's next in the fight against Rahm Emanuel's City Hall.

  • A cold-blooded murder for all the world to see

    The videotaped execution of Laquan McDonald by a Chicago cop is sparking outrage around the world, and days of protests in Chicago.

  • A racist attack on Black Lives Matter

    Opponents of racism and police violence are speaking out after a shooting by white supremacists left five protesters injured.

  • On the road for justice in Minneapolis

    The eruption of protest over a police murder in Minneapolis continues following a highway blockade led to over 50 arrests.

  • Why are the cops so camera shy?

    The heads of the FBI and DEA are the latest officials to claim that police can't do their jobs because of the "Ferguson effect"--fear of public scrutiny.