Although race relations continue to evolve positively, the balance remains fragile.
Are [America's] 18,000 law enforcement agencies vulnerable to racism?
In less than a year, nine black people have been unjustifiably killed by white police officers in the United States. A situation exhibiting racism is still strong in this nation, which is beautiful and admirable in many ways, but where a right-wing minority among some whites consider themselves the masters of the [Read more]
<b>The series was criticized for not showing the inhabitants' resistance to the mechanisms of relegation. Now, season six of "The Wire," in which the population finally rises up, is playing out.</b>
On Saturday, April 25th and Monday, April 27th, the poor neighborhoods of Baltimore were the scenes of uprisings after [Read more]
Freddie Gray is the latest victim of a long history of police violence against black minorities in the U.S.
America isn't progressing under Obama, either.
There is an urgent need to curb the immediate cause of this uneasiness – police brutality.
The city that feared the blizzard was long considered ungovernable. New Yorkers, however, are satisfied with Mayor Bill de Blasio. There is only conflict with the police — to the detriment of all.
<i>Despite the city being safer than ever, the gap between police and citizens is enormous. The security forces swing between refusing to work and reform.</i>
It is hard to get to Breezy Point without a car. You have to take the A train until the end of the line, then take the bus, and walk the last few kilometers [Read more]