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FBI To Finally Collect & Publish Info About Police-Involved Fatal Shootings

AFRICANGLOBE - Responding to long running complaints about the lack of national data available for how often police resort to deadly force, the FBI on Monday announced plans to track and publish the statistics.

Friday Is Kenny Day! Remembering Kenneth Harding Jr. On The 4th...

AFRICANGLOBE - The Kenneth Harding Jr. Foundation will be celebrating and honoring the lives of Kenneth Harding Jr., O’Shaine Evans and Alex Nieto, all killed by San Francisco police.

25 Numbers That Show Police Killings Are A Bigger Problem Than...

AFRICANGLOBE - Two comprehensive reports published since Saturday provide new information about police killings in the United States, filling a void left by the lack of a national standard for reporting the use of deadly force.

Democracy Or Hypocrisy: Why We Dare To Call It Genocide

AFRICANGLOBE - The government of America is complicit in the genocidal plot to kill the poor, the mentally ill and Black people. Easy access to weaponry in these communities does not happen by chance, but by design. One of the thoughts behind this appears to be: “Sure, let them have guns and then they can kill each other.”

Justice System Finds Little Trust Among Black-Americans

AFRICANGLOBE - Grand juries in the United States meet behind closed doors to determine if there is sufficient evidence for an indictment leading to trial. But so deep is the lack of trust among Black Americans in their nation’s criminal justice system that many dread the idea that Darren Wilson, 28, a police officer for six years, might get off scot-free.

Police Killings In America

AFRICANGLOBE - Last month, police in Albuquerque, New Mexico shot and killed James Boyd, a homeless man camping in the foothills outside the city. A video of the incident, which has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times, has sparked a public outcry throughout the city and nationwide. Since 2010, there have been 23 lethal police shootings in Albuquerque alone.