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Trump condemned for hate-mongering.

"It's scary when we have candidates talking about shutting down houses of worship, about having badges for religious groups; that ought to alarm every American."


Protests in Chicago after release of video in Laquan McDonald's shooting

"If there was no protest that would mean we've become immune to this madness."


Jaywalking leads to series of brutal arrests in Austin, Texas

A man who recorded the incident said it began when he and friends were walking across a barricaded street and the light changed as they were crossing.


Justice prevails at University of Missouri: President Wolfe steps down

"He has not only enabled racism since the start of his tenure in 2012, but blatantly ignored and disrespected the concerns of students."


Students criticize cartoon published at University of Illinois

Cultural centers on campus released a statement condemning the publication.


D.C summit addresses emotional impact of racism

Throughout the two day session, lots of thought provoking information was brought to the table.


Tamir Rice's family asks for special prosecutor

The family of Tamir Rice, 12-year-old Black child shot by police last November, and their attorneys denounced the nearly one-year delay in charging officers responsible.


CBCF National Town Hall focuses on Black Lives Matter movement

The development of the #BlackLivesMatter movement was given intense attention from many different perspectives.


"Forward Through Ferguson": Report uncovers roots of racial inequality

The Ferguson Commission released its long-awaited report titled "Forward Through Ferguson: A Path Toward Racial Equality."


Indigenous News: Cree woman wins beauty pageant, challenges Harper

Canadian Ashley Burnham of the Cree Nation set the political sphere ablaze when she called on Indigenous people to vote out Prime Minister Harper.

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