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Supreme Court rejects appeal from Troy Davis: Georgia death row inmate

29 Mar

Supreme Court rejects appeal from Troy Davis: Georgia death row inmate

The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a condemned Georgia inmate’s request that his execution be delayed as he attempts to prove his “actual innocence

Read more:
http://aareports.com/2011/03/supreme-court-rejects-appeal-from-troy.html

Positive Black People: Sheneese Starr Founder of The In Your Face Movement

2 Feb

Positive Black People: Sheneese Starr Founder of The In Your Face Movement

Far too often many people in black communities notice problems &  wait for someone else to fix them.  Then there are those who are tired of ” waiting for Superman” & say to themselves, “I Should “. Sheneese Starr is one of the latter. She is trying to enlighten us all to the effect the Industrial Prison Complex has had on Black America thru her In Your Face Movement.

 Read our interview http://goo.gl/fb/y6CPx

NY Gov. Paterson Signs Law Limiting NYPD Stop-Frisk Database

17 Jul

NY Gov. Paterson Signs Law Limiting NYPD Stop-Frisk Database

Gov. David Paterson signed legislation Friday that would stop New York City police from storing the names of hundreds of thousands of people who were stopped and frisked without facing charges, calling the practice “not a policy for a democracy.”

http://aareports.com/2010/07/ny-gov-paterson-signs-law-limiting-nypd.html

Video contradicts Detroit police story in shooting death of 7 yr old during raid

18 May

Video contradicts Detroit police story in shooting death of 7 yr old during raid:

A video from some taping for an A&E television show that was following Detroit Police the night of the raid that caused the death of Aiyana Jones seems to contradict the police version of what happened. Read more here:  

http://aareports.com/

Black men urged to step up and stop the violence in Chicago

2 May

It isn’t the National Guard that will stop young black males from killing one another in Chicago, but instead black men taking a stand and the time to guide at-risk youth.

Read the entire article here:
http://talkhonestly.blogspot.com/