Charlotte Uprising

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Charlotte Uprising Protesters Release Demands, CMPD Releases Videos

Charlotte Uprising organizer Marcus Bass: “While the right to own a gun is valued as a cornerstone of American citizenship, the right of Black people to live through a police encounter is not equally valued.”

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Fantasia, Anthony Hamilton React to Backlash Over 'All Lives Matter' Concert

The singers offered vastly different responses to the now-postponed show’s title.

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READ: Transcript of the Keith Lamont Scott Shooting Video

The New York Times just released a video, recorded by Keith’s widow Rakeyia, which shows what happened before and after the fatal shooting in Charlotte. For those who can’t bear to see yet another Black life taken, we have the transcript.

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Charlotte Uprising Update: Protester Died, Suspect Arrested

Also: The family of Keith Lamont Scott has called for the video of his shooting to be released to the public.

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READ: Shaun King Advocates Nationwide Boycott to End Police Violence

“This country is clearly willing to continue killing unarmed men, women and children without ever making any serious efforts at reforms,” King writes. “This economic boycott can change that.”

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Witnesses Say White Cop Killed Keith Lamont Scott, Cop Shot Charlotte Protester

A state of emergency has been declared in the North Carolina city as protesters agitate for justice.

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Richard Sherman, Cam Newton Offer Responses on Police Shooting, Unrest in Charlotte

Two of the NFL’s most famous players—one of whom plays in Charlotte—spoke out on the state of affairs in the city following the death of Keith Lamont Scott.

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Keith Lamont Scott Killed by Cop, Sparks Protest and Unrest in Charlotte

Officer Brentley Vinson fatally shot Scott while executing a warrant for another man. Police say Scott was armed—his family says otherwise.