“Endangered by the Moving Image,” At The Museum of the Moving Image

black and brownCheck out the Museum of the Moving Image’s upcoming program Endangered by the Moving Image: The Criminalization of Black and Brown Bodies on February 1st, 2015. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: Big Numbers Turned Out to Protest In NYC

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By Udo Salters

On Saturday December 13th, thousands protested in NYC.The catalyst for the protest was the Grand Jury’s decision not to indict the Police Officer who placed a choke hold on Eric Garner. Continue Reading →

‘Mike Brown Rebellion’ At Maysles In Harlem

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Rebel Diaz, Ñ Don’t Stop and Maysles Education presents “THE MIKE BROWN REBELLION” a documentary film chronicling the youth leaders and resistance in Ferguson – featuring the people’s demand for justice, the militarization and repression by the State, and the responses to the verdict of no indictment of Darren Wilson in October. Continue Reading →

Qoute Of The Day: Police Are The ‘Harlem Globetrotters’ Of The Legal System. ‘They Don’t Lose’

garner ferguson protestsThe decisions of two grand juries not to indict the police officers responsible for the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner have sparked emotional reactions and protests throughout the country. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Al Sharpton Says He’s Picking The Next Attorney General

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The Harlem’s Rev. Al Sharpton said his civil rights organization, the National Action Network, is “engaged in immediate conversations” with the White House as they work to name a successor to Attorney General Eric Holder, who is set to announce his resignation Thursday afternoon. Continue Reading →

Eric Garner Death Inspires Summer Camp In Harlem

wenn2598019The program is sponsored by Urban Art Beat, Art Start and The Next Youth Coalition. It launched on August 18 in the wake of protests over the death of Eric Garner in Staten Island and Mike Brown in Ferguson, MO, both of whom died at the hands of police misconduct. Continue Reading →

Terrie Williams Strategy Of Love To Deal With Pain

Terrie WilliamsFrom Harlem to Hollywood the senseless murder of another unarmed Black man has once again ripped open the wounds of a nation. Treated as if we are simultaneously invisible while highly conspicuous, ignored when we are in need and profiled when we are simply proceeding. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Sharpton To Missouri Looking For Justice

sharptonThe NYPost reports that Rev. Al Sharpton is heading to the scene of another controversial death involving cops — this time in Missouri, where an unarmed teen was shot to death by a police officer. Continue Reading →