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Amnesty International Declares Michael Brown’s Death A Human Rights Abuse

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April V. Taylor For the first time in the history of the United States, Amnesty International has documented human rights abuses on American soil.  The report entitled, “On The Streets of America: Human Rights Abuses In Ferguson,” declares Michael Brown’s death a human rights abuse and also highlights abuses that include police reactions to protesters and racist policing tactics across ... Read More »

Justice Department Expert: Black Voters “Tend to be Less Sophisticated” | breakingbrown.com


An expert witness testifying on behalf of the Justice Department offered a clear reason for why North Carolina’s election laws disproportionately impact African-Americans: We’re less sophisticated. Political scientist Charles Stewart argued in court that ending same day voter registration, among other measures, results in racial discrimination: It’s also the case that — well, yes, so it would, empirically more likely ... Read More »

Ebola: What a Health Expert Says We Aren’t Being Told


By: Krystle Crossman Talk about Ebola is all around. How can we contain it? How do we treat those who have been infected? How do we stop it from spreading? The government and CDC state that here in the U.S. we have everything under control, but do we really? One Hazmat-trained medical professional from Maine says no; most of the ... Read More »

“K¡ll the N*ggers” and “K¡ll the Mexicans” Written on University’s Dorm Doors


Black students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst say they are “disgusted and appalled” at racist vandalism. Messages found in the university’s dorm that advocate killing blacks and Mexicans have school officials scrambling to determine who left the vile messages. “Such expressions of hate and intolerance have no place on our campus,” Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy wrote in an email to ... Read More »

GA Secretary of State “accidentally” Loses 40,000 Black And Latino Voter Registration Forms


Reported by Kacie Whaley A Southern-based nonprofit helped at least 80,ooo Black and Hispanic Georgia citizens register to vote for this November’s midterm elections.  But now over half of those potential voters’ registration forms are missing, which has led to a nasty legal battle between both the organization and the Republican Secretary of State. Earlier this year, a nonprofit, Third Sector Development, ... Read More »

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