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Them That’s Got Shall Have

America’s unholy alliance with violence is nothing new. Unless you learned your history from cowboys and Indians movies, you know that our country was...

Black Cops in Cincinnati disagree with the Fraternal Order of Police...

The association of black Cincinnati police officers disagrees with the Fraternal Order of Police endorsement of Donald Trump for president. The 330,000-member national Fraternal Order...

One Journalist and Three African American Attorneys Address Cops & Technology

Reel Urban News Revisits its Civil Rights Live Legal Panel in the Wake of the recent Police shootings of African American men and Police...

After a devastating week in America, I’ll Keep Hoping

Something For Sunday: Some fifty plus years ago when I was still a student in high school in Dallas, Texas, my then pastor Dr. C.A.W....

From inside of the Donald Trump Rally turned the San Jose...

Reel Urban Politics Exclusive: I would hardly call what unfolded in San Jose, after the Trump rally, a demonstration or protest. What happened was a...

Officer Must Testify Against Colleagues In Freddie Gray Case

A Baltimore police officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray must testify against his colleagues while he awaits a retrial, Maryland's highest court...

Maryland Considers Banning The Barbaric “Rough Ride” Practice By Baltimore Police

Maryland is moving to possibly ban police "rough rides" that killed 25-year-old Freddie Gray nearly a year ago in April. Gray died in the...

Police Officer Timothy Loehmann Not Indicted In The Shooting Death of...

A grand jury Monday declined to indict a white rookie police officer in the killing of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, a black youngster who was...

Two Louisiana Cops Charged With Murder In The Shooting Death Of...

The head of Louisiana's state police says two law enforcement officers have been arrested in the recent shooting death of a 6-year-old boy and...

Police Leaders Join Forces To Cut Mass Incarceration

  They're not the usual suspects in the movement to end mass incarceration — but 130 police chiefs, sheriffs and prosecutors have launched a new...