Top Cops Face Own Demons

By: Darwin Campbell San Diego – Top Cops all over America are grappling with the challenges of how to erase historical injustices and rebuild community trust in African-American communities without hurting future ranks. That is the focus of law enforcement leaders meeting at the 2016 International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Annual Conference and…

A NEW DAY FOR HOUSTON EDUCATION

Superintendent Seeks to Restore Trust, Protect History, Reduce Targeting of African-American Students, Communities HOUSTON- As Richard A. Carranza takes over the reigns as the news superintendent of the Houston Independent School District, a new day is dawns for educating African-American youth and building stronger relationships with African-American communities. Patching Relationships: “This is a fresh start,”…

WHITE SUPREMACISTS INVADING THE HOOD??

Old Tactics No Longer Scare or Intimidate Younger Black Generations HOUSTON- In 2016, more White Supremacist groups are coming back into Black neighborhoods with rhetoric and marching through our hoods with guns and Confederate flags chanting slogans echoed from the days of our Black ancestors decades before. However, this time, the message no longer resonates…