[T]he most serious flaw in the U.S. justice system is its characteristic racist and classist bias.
[D]iscrimination and arrogance can strike ... back like karma.
Philando Castile has become the 123rd black person to fall victim to police gunfire since the beginning of the year in the United States.
'Rich, white kids have ‘Affluenza,’ poor, black kids go to prison.'
The wounds of Katrina are still open and deep.
Fifty years later, police violence still happens every day; segregation, discrimination and stigmatization of black Americans are still systemic.
Approximately 20 percent of the young population is poor, and among the black population, that number reaches almost 50 percent. For a nation so rich and powerful, this is a disgrace.
<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]
The police authorities in the USA must be better controlled and better equipped. Only in this way can the often excessive violence against blacks, like in Baltimore or Ferguson, be checked.
Like the pictures show: houses and cars burn, policemen flee from stone-throwing demonstrators, the heavily armed National [Read more]
Tragedies continually arise to remind Americans that their past of racial segregation is not really in the past.