NBC’s Richard Lui joins to discuss the plans for the NAACP’s seven day march from Ferguson to Jefferson City. Jelani Cobb, contributor at the New Yorker, gives his account of the night in Ferguson after the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case.
Archive for November, 2014
The white police officer cleared last week by a grand jury in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager has resigned from the Police Department here, his lawyer said on last night.
The wife of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice denied claims by the NFL and its commissioner that her husband was vague when he told them details about an incident in an elevator that ended with Rice’s suspension, and suggested they only argued that to protect their own reputations.
Benefiting from white privilege is automatic. Defending white privilege is a choice.
An arbitrator yesterday overturned the National Football League’s indefinite suspension of Ray Rice, the former Baltimore Ravens running back who knocked out his fiancée in an elevator altercation.
After the Darren Wilson verdict, a loose network led by African Americans in the film and arts world has emerged from the fog of tear gas to call for a quiet riot in response: a boycott of Black Friday shopping.
Ahead of the release of a grand jury decision on whether or not to charge Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, NAACP president Cornell William Brooks joined Gwen Ifill to discuss the importance of nonviolent protest and explain how Brown’s story has sparked a larger discussion about racial profiling and justice.
Cleveland police release video at request of 12-year-old boy’s family that shows moment squad car pulls up to child wielding fake toy gun.