Robert Moses’s testimony before Washington, D.C., Council opposing racist checkpoints On June 7, the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., established a checkpoint and dragnet sealing off part of the Trinidad neighborhood, setting the stage for a martial-law-like occupation.
Demand justice for Sean Bell! Jail racist killer cops! Sean Bell with his fiancee Nicole Paultre Rally and community speak-out Today, April 25, 5:30pm in front of Queen's DA office: 125-01 Queens Blvd (bet.
Having closed its eyes to the government's continued disregard for the poor and disproportionately Black population of the Gulf Coast, the big business media has clearly decided that the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina is no longer an "it" story.
In the Aftermath of Katrina: The Struggle for Liberation Continues The History of the Black Struggle in the U.S. There has been a four-century-long struggle of African American people in the U.S. - from slavery to civil rights to liberation.