Tribal Chairman Responds to White House After 46 Arrested During DAPL Camp Evacuation
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is contradicting the administration's claims that it was in contact with them during the militarized raid.
Protestors Demand Charges for LAPD Officer Caught on Tape Shooting Gun Near Teens
Witnesses say the off-duty officer was upset that a girl walked across his grass.
What 4 Indigenous Women Have to Say About Standing Rock's Ongoing Fight
Authorities are clearing out the Oceti Sakowin Camp, though water protectors remain. What does the end of the largest camp mean for the movement?
Police Move in on Water Protectors Who Remain at Standing Rock
Officers have reportedly arrested six people.
'Whose Streets?' Filmmakers Discuss Activism, Emotional Toll of Working in Ferguson
The team behind the Ferguson Uprising documentary talked to Remezcla about what made the film difficult to create.
Sankofa.org and Tidal Honor Victims of Police and Racist Violence with Visual EP, '17'
The 17-minute short film depicts a day in the life of a Black teen that ends in a tragic encounter with police. It features music from Raphael Saadiq, Ty Dolla $ign, Mali Music and Elijah Blake—and it's available without a subscription.
STUDY: Police Kill Unarmed Black Civilians at Higher Rates Than White
The report also called for an improved government database to track use-of-force incidents.
Magnolia Pictures Acquires Ferguson Uprising Doc, 'Whose Streets?'
The company, which also distributed "I Am Not Your Negro," plans to release "Whose Streets?" this summer.
5 Years After Ramarley Graham's Death, Supporters Still Demand Justice from NYPD
Hundreds of protesters called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to fire Richard Haste, the NYPD officer who fatally shot Graham in 2012.
Black Cop Takes on Crooked Boss in 'Training Day' Television Series
The new race-swapped series, based on Antoine Fuqua's 2001 film of the same name, premieres tonight on CBS.
Trayvon Martin's Parents Consider Run for Political Office
Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin's memoir, "Rest In Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin," is now available.
Fort Worth PD Drops Charges Against Black Family and Officer Following Violent Arrest
The charges were dropped after The Root published the leaked body camera video of Officer William Martin arresting Craig and two of her daughters.
READ: Why It's Dangerous to Celebrate the Lack of Arrests at the Women's March on Washington
Jess Zimmerman: “The high-fives of cops at the Women’s March and the blows raining down on BLM are the front and back of the same hand.”
Chicago Cop Indicted For Killing Jose Nieves
Prosecutors charged Lowell Houser with first-degree murder.
Direct Actions Against Pipeline in Florida Leads to 8 Arrests
Those arrested include two women who locked themselves to a construction truck.
NYPD Disciplinary Hearing Begins for Cop Who Killed Ramarley Graham
Officer Richard Haste shot the unarmed teenager in his home in February 2012.
DOJ: Chicago PD Uses Excessive Force in Communities of Color
The Department of Justice’s investigation was sparked by the death of Laquan McDonald at the hands of former officer Jason Van Dyke.
Department of Justice, Baltimore Officials Reach Deal on Proposed Police Reforms
The city's public spending board approved the consent decree, which now requires a U.S. District Court judge's confirmation.
Texas Cop Suspended 10 Days For Violent Arrest of Black Woman, Daughters
Jacqueline Craig's attorney: "I don't care how many Black faces [the Fort Worth Police Department puts] in uniform, they put a message out that our lives are less valuable."
WATCH: Senator Cory Booker to Testify Against Jeff Sessions
It’s the first time a U.S. senator has gone on the record against a colleague during a confirmation hearing.