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California bill would protect civilians recording police activity

From the LAPD beating of Rodney King 24 years ago to last year’s death of Eric Garner after a scuffle with New York police officers, bystanders who recorded the incidents on video have allowed the..
L.A. Times 5 hours ago

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The Public, Race, and a Jury of Your Peers

Last year's jury decisions in racially-charged investigations were only the most recent to reveal the schism in the country's perceptions of how race intersects with justice. From the Roper Center for..
Huffington Post 1 day ago

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News video: Today in History for March 3rd

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On this day in history: Beating of Rodney King; Alexander Graham Bell born; Star Spangled banner becomes National Anthem. (March 3)Copyright 2015 The Associated Press
Source: Associated Press - 1 day ago

News video: Rev Arnold on Racial Tensions

Rev Arnold on Racial Tensions

Rev. Gerald Arnold talks MLK Day and racial tensions.
Source: WTVW - on January 20, 2015



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News video: Artist visits U of A

Artist visits U of A

Keith Knight paid a visit to the university for Black History Month
Source: KNWA - 2 weeks ago

News video: Opinion Journal: Eric Holder's Comeuppance

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Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Jason Riley on the Department of Justice’s climbdown in the Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown investigations. Photo credit: Getty Images.
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Auletta: Truth becomes a casualty in the Rodney King verdict

After the Rodney King verdict and its violent aftermath, people experience a seesaw of emotions about race in America.
NY Daily News 1 day ago

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On this day: March 3

Alexander Graham Bell is born, ice hockey goes indoors, AT&T is formed, Time magazine debuts, and the beating of Rodney King is caught on tape, all on this day.
Click Orlando 2 days ago

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Today in History for March 3rd

On this day in history: Beating of Rodney King; Alexander Graham Bell born; Star Spangled banner becomes National Anthem. (March 3)                
USATODAY.com 2 days ago

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Stan Chambers, Longtime KTLA Reporter, Dead at 91

Stan Chambers, a veteran TV reporter for Los Angeles news station KTLA, died Friday. He was 91. The journalist was surrounded by family at his Holmby Hills, California, home when he died at around..
The Wrap 3 weeks ago

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Amazon’s ‘Bosch’ Murder Plot Was Unintentionally Timely, Says Book Series Author and EP Michael Connelly

Fans of the best-selling Harry Bosch books will finally get to see their hero, instead of just imagining him. Based on Michael Connelly’s uber-popular book series, “Bosch” premiers on Amazon on..
The Wrap 3 weeks ago

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Education Company To Organize a National Signing Day for All Black Males (Including the Ones Who Don't Play Sports)

Learningateway announces Real Men Graduate National Signing Day - a national day of recognition and celebration for Black males who will be entering college for the first time (or returning after a..
PRWeb 3 weeks ago

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A fight over access to video from LAPD body cameras is shaping up

Ever since grainy images of Los Angeles police officers beating Rodney King were broadcast nearly 25 years ago, video recordings have come to be viewed by many as the ultimate evidence in cases of..
L.A. Times on February 5, 2015

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Why I Teach Black Literature

I'm used to getting strange looks when I walk into the classroom. I teach African-American literature. And I am Korean-American. I grew up in Los Angeles, the daughter of Korean immigrants who..
Huffington Post on February 3, 2015

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Blood on Their Hands: The Racist History of Modern Police Unions

Outraged by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's statements concerning the killing of Eric Garner, Patrick Lynch, the longtime leader of the New York City Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (PBA), the..
Huffington Post on January 22, 2015

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Legal & Evidence Hurdles Stop Feds in Brown Case

*Media Reports Point to End of Criminal Case* Multiple media reports beginning with The New York Times, late Wednesday night have indicated that the United States Department of Justice will decline to..
Huffington Post on January 22, 2015

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Some People Have A Really Hard Time Admitting What She Admits To Here

A woman who understands that acknowledging her white privilege doesn't mean she's bad wrote a thing to help other privileged people get to the same understanding. It's pretty great. I think you should..
Upworthy on January 14, 2015

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Taylor Negron dead; comedian and playwright was 57

Taylor Negron, a comedian and actor who was a fixture in Los Angeles comedy clubs as well as a playwright who penned “Gangster Planet” after the 1992 Rodney King verdict riots, died Saturday. He..
L.A. Times on January 11, 2015
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"Black Dynamite" Airs Hour-Long Musical About Police Brutality Starring Tyler, the Creator and Erykah Badu

black dynamite airs hour-long musical about police brutality starring tyler, the creator and erykah baduAs previously reported, the season finale of Adult Swim's animated show "Black Dynamite" was an hour-long musical feature called "The Wizard of Watts". It featured the voices of Chance the..
Pitchfork on January 11, 2015

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Scalise Scandal Rooted in Secret Societies' Hold on Paths to Power -- Through Violence

There’s a direct connection between white male secret societies and group violence that roots gendered racism and raced sexism into our nation’s core. As the campus rape crisis, the Senate's CIA..
The American Prospect on January 6, 2015

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The Daring Racism Experiment That People Still Talk About 20 Years Later (VIDEO)

More than 20 years ago, "The Oprah Winfrey Show" conducted an experiment about racial prejudice that audiences will never forget. The year was 1992 -- in the wake of the deadly Los Angeles riots that..
Huffington Post on January 3, 2015

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How Adoption Forces Evangelicals To Grapple With Race Relations

(RNS) Before she and her husband adopted a son and daughter from Ethiopia, popular evangelical blogger Jen Hatmaker said she had a different view about race in America. “A couple years ago, I..
Huffington Post on December 29, 2014

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HUFFPOLLSTER: Remembering Mike Mokrzycki

Americans' worries about race relations increase dramatically. Hillary Clinton's huge primary lead dips slightly. And we remember pollster and journalist Mike Mokrzycki. This is HuffPollster for..
Huffington Post on December 22, 2014

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HUFFPOST HILL - President Stands Behind 'Spring Breakers' Star

A male journalist shout-asked whether President Obama would smoke a Cuban cigar, probably because he couldn’t translate “what about your gaffes?” into Spanish fast enough. That led to a social..
Huffington Post on December 19, 2014

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