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Hawks’ Thabo Sefolosha Gets $4 million in NYC Police Brutality Suit


Nearly two years ago, NBA player Thabo Sefolosha got a taste of New York City police brutality first hand when he was involved in a bizarre incident outside of a nightclub in New York in which he was arrested and left with a broken right leg that c

The World Learns What We Already Know About Police Brutality in America


Although summer doesn’t technically end until September 22, the Labor Day weekend is seen by many as the unofficial end of summer time fun. However, for many African American males, the summer of 2014 will go dow

Manuel Ellis’ Death In Tacoma By Police Proves Brutality Too Prevalent

On March 3rd, 2020, Manuel Ellis, a 33-year-old black man, died in handcuffs while being restrained on the ground by police. His death has been...

See You Yesterday’s Teen Stars Talk Police Brutality, Time Travel In Brooklyn

Time travel comes to Brooklyn in See You Yesterday. See You Yesterday, the sci-fi fantasy with around the way sensibilities is a brand new take...

Five NFL Players Went To Capitol Hill To Address Police Brutality


The headlines have become so painfully repetitive and the hashtags so common that the unjust killing of unarmed black citizens at the hands of law enforcement officers no longer comes as a shock. In the wake of a new political era brought about by

Serena Williams Makes Impassioned Statement On Racism And Police Brutality


In light of the recent, racially-charged events in the U.S. involving the police, Serena Williams is speaking out and she's not mincing words. 

In a Facebook post on Tuesday, the youngest Williams sister shared a story about how she was

WNBA Stars Flex On The System About Gun Violence and Police Brutality


The WNBA is trying to nip social activism in the butt by hitting the New York Liberty in the pocket. The league fined the Liberty, Phoenix Mercury and Indiana Fever and their ballers for wearing black warm-up shirts as a symbol and cry for solidari

A Conversation With President Obama On Police Brutality


The recent tragic events in Minneapolis, Baton Rouge and Dallas inspired President Obama, TSLs good friend Jemele Hill,  moderator David Muir of World News Tonight and some devastated family members of victims of violence and law enforceme

Petitions Emerge Touting Mike Brown Law to Prevent Police Brutality


Eric Garner, Radio Raheem, and the Epidemic of Police Brutality


The death of Eric Garner at the hands of a New York City police officer is the latest in the ongoing drama between law enforcement officials and the African American community.  A