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Three mothers unanimously report feeling that the prosecutor in their children’s sex abuse cases lied to them, misled them, and withheld information about their...
Swope specifically indicated that that he had gained access to those records because the law firm is a tenant in his building and because the attorney’s phone lines go through his system...
... One parent told IPJ, "they're making black kids out to be drug addicts and criminals."
You may think you've heard this story before, but you really haven't. It's worth noting that this report, as well as those that follow, are about much more than just a reading assignment. Let's start at the beginning though.
A white school board member (all-white school board) mocks and dismisses black parent for mentioning that black kids are afraid to report racism in their school district. [VIDEO]
Initial sources widely reported that a 25-year old black woman near Mobile Alabama was arrested over the weekend on charges of disorderly conduct after she...
On Sunday, the Republican National Committee (@GOP) tweeted a video that was (presumably) meant to showcase low unemployment numbers in the black community. The...
Black kids 3 times more likely to get arrested than white kids. [Daphne, Alabama]
Baldwin County School Board (Alabama) has admitted to doing absolutely nothing about a teacher who has been teaching a racist curriculum to students for approximately 10 years.
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Superintendent Eddie Tyler – Nov 18, 2016
Woman arrested by police at Waffle House in Saraland (Mobile) Alabama.
Camera Footage (from inside Waffle House) after woman arrested.
Racism concerns mocked, dismissed by white school board member in Alabama. [VIDEO]
The Cells of Baldwin County