by Hope Guzzle Earwax Editor Today it is impossible to ignore the social mobilization and…
I am angry. I am heartbroken. I am done.
I am done telling my Black friends, colleagues, and family members that I am there for them, that I stand with them, and that I fight for them. I need to do more. I need to hold myself accountable.
The protests that have rocked the United States since the May 25th murder of an unarmed black man, George Floyd, by an officer with a history of abuse complaints, stand as testimony to the ceaseless and unending horror of police violence towards African Americans in this country.
On Thursday January 23rd, 2020, Fordham University had the privilege of hosting Janaya Khan, Co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Movement in Canada, for an enlightening talk about the current state of race relations in the United States and the need for greater social activism in society.
New FBI classifications reinforce patterns of racial suppression