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After a number of police shootings of unarmed black men, one elected official has come up with a program aimed at reducing such fatal interactions.
Protests over a Confederate statue masks the real battle for retaining supremacy.
It took 26 years to prove his innocence. Now he’s fighting to win compensation.
A look at the ‘State of Black America’ shows that many disparities and inequalities remain.
The BMe Community has found plenty of “unsung heroes” in neighborhoods.
Chidinma and Chuckwunonso Dureke’s website promotes the African diaspora and its impact on the city.
Authorities say the heroin trade has become much more deadly and more difficult to stop.
Police efforts to better identify missing teens leaves residents grappling with mistrust for the officers charged with bringing them home.
Police say there is no connection among the missing, but some community members worry about sex trafficking and gangs.
A lot of Brits could certainly use a shot of reality.