Wait, so New Jersey cops shot an unarmed black 14 year old seven times and he managed to SURVIVE? Oh, fuck. All the pro-police types must be shitting themselves. Like, here’s a black child who can actually respond to your outrageous accusations and defend himself.  I guess this is, like, the apocalypse, for you guys. It was so much easier to diss dead kids who couldn’t say anything about all the shit you smeared them with. Oh, my. Bullies don’t like someone who can answer back, do they?

“The first chapter opens up with Michael Brown and Ferguson,” says the textbook’s co-author, Macalester College Professor Duchess Harris. “And then we backtrack to do a historical overview of interactions that African Americans have had with police encounters, historically. Then we return to Trayvon Martin and go all the way up to Baltimore.”

This is what we did. We fought for our voices to be heard and this is what we got, I am so proud. #Love it!

You guys remember that iconic pic of the guy throwing the tear gas canister during the first Ferguson demonstrations?

Ferguson filed charges against him over a year later!


He’s fighting the charges and needs help.

He originally had a GoFundMe but they TOOK IT DOWN!!

Reminder: GFM allowed Darren Wilson’s to proceed unscathed.

Here’s the new funding opportunity: https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/c12It9


August 9 marks the one-year anniversary of the death of ‪#‎MichaelBrown‬. Activists marched the streets of downtown Brooklyn, NY to remember the past year of the ‪#‎blacklivesmatter‬ movement and commemorate the victims of police brutality.


Darren Seals, Ferguson activist, was found shot to death in burning car

Darren Seals, a prominent Ferguson, Missouri, activist, was found shot to death inside a burning car Tuesday morning, The 29-year-old’s body was found inside the charred vehicle on Diamond Street, 12 miles from where he lived, after the flames were extinguished. 
Seals’ death is being investigated as a homicide. According to the Times, Seals led protests with the activist group Hands Up United. Seals was oftentimes critical of the Black Lives Matter movement.Described as an assembly line worker and hip-hop artist by the Washington Post in a 2014 profile, Seals was active on Twitter under the username King D Seals, often tweeting about police brutality. Very recently, Seals had spoken out on the Kaepernick controversy.

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