A Chicago police officer and two former officers pleaded not guilty Monday to conspiring to cover up what happened the night a white officer killed a black teenager by shooting him 16 times.
Eric Barker is the author of "Barking Up The Wrong Tree." In this video, Barker explains what it takes to be a billionaire, and it isn't a high GPA.
Communities of color face disproportionate rates of natural disaster and environmental harm. Writer Vann R. Newkirk II argues that discrimination in public planning is to blame. “Pollution and the risk of disaster are assigned to black and brown communities through generations of discrimination and political neglect,” says Newkirk II.
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For four days in July of 1967, Newark was the epicenter of black rage. The rioting left 26 dead, more than 700 injured and nearly 1,500 arrested, mostly black. The riots left economic and emotional scars that, in many ways, have not yet healed.
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