There are three powerful words that expose discrimination. But you won’t find them on a poster, or chanted in the street.
In the background, racism’s roots run deep.
[I]f a community that represents 12% of the population commits more than 50% of the homicides, it must be suspected that the established societal model prevents this group of people from harmoniously integrating themselves with fellow citizens.
You would expect Hongkongers to [empathize] with the protesters and victims of police violence in the U.S.
The revision of U.S. history was broad and deliberate. The South lost the war but it won the narrative.
The nature of the Black Lives Matter protests in the U.S. and the U.K. differ markedly.
There is an awakening to the immortal words of Martin Luther King that the measure of a man’s worth is not in the color of his skin.
<i>In many states, there are reports about verbal or physical attacks on "Black Lives Matter" demonstrators.</i>
The protests against police brutality and racism following George Floyd’s death have entered their third week.
The demonstrations against the police treatment of George Floyd and police brutality [Read more]
The scope of this injustice has for a long time been a fundamental fact of black consciousness in the United States.
The U.S. lacks uniformity in policy with regards to policing and accountability, which explains why a plethora of police departments choose to simply ignore reporting guidelines.