An article written over the weekend by the Texas Tribune diving into the impact of Roe v. Wade being overturned on prosecutors and medical professionals.
By Stacy M. Brown NNPA The 17-year-old child trafficking victim who murdered her rapist and tormentor pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and willful injury for stabbing to death Zachary Brooks, […]
By Uriel J. Garcia The Texas Tribune UVALDE — On a hot Saturday morning in June, Javier Cazares drove to Austin with his wife and 17-year-old daughter to join hundreds […]
By Stacy M. Brown As public support for criminal justice reform continues to build — and as the pandemic raises the stakes higher — advocates remain vigilant that it’s more […]
NNPA Newswire NEW YORK – The Southern Prisons Coalition, a group of civil and human rights organizations, submitted a new report to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of All Forms […]
By Liz Dwyer Originally posted in Word in Black Back in 2013, after Brittney Griner became the first-round draft pick for the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury, ESPN reporter Holly Rowe asked […]
The recent death of trans woman Ladamonyon Hall while in police custody has garnered national attention over the following month. What progress has been made in her case and what is the family looking for from the police as the investigation continues?
By John E. Warren, Publisher The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint It appears that we continue to live in Charles Dickens “A Tale of Two Cities”. He wrote these words: […]
By Lena Foster Black women and men, with an array of differing hairstyles, not only stepped at The Bun Ministry 2.0: Officially Crowned event, but they slayed far past any […]
By Breanna Reeves While President Biden has clarified that the only way to restore nationwide reproductive rights previously protected under Roe v. Wade is through Congress, “Until then, he has […]