#BlackLivesMatter

Seventeen-year-old Milan Morris is using fashion to make a serious statement about police brutality.

Ziad Ahmed's courageous activism scored him entry into one of the most prestigious schools in the U.S.

High school senior Ziad Ahmed was completing an application for Stanford University when he was posed with this question: “What matters to you, and why?” His answer? #BlackLivesMatter written 100 times. Ahmed received an acceptance letter from the school on Friday. The next day, Ahmed tweeted this: https://twitter.com/ziadtheactivist/status/848215642385895425 “I was actually stunned when I opened the […]

A Muslim-American teen from New Jersey was accepted into Stanford University for writing #BlackLivesMatter 100 times in response to an essay question.

Who actually thought that comparing being intoxicated to the sanctity of Black lives was a good idea?

Plus, by 2018, 14 million less people will have insurance under GOP Healthcare bill and website sells "Drunk Lives Matter" St. Patrick's Day t-shirt online.

"Stranger Fruit's" director says this new footage proves that on the day that Brown died, he didn't try to rob a local convenience store.

Joshua Beal's family says an off-duty officer with road rage fatally shot their loved-one, who was only trying to protect his teenage cousin after the officer threw her to the ground and pointed a gun in her face.

Douglas Muir, an adjunct professor at the University of Virginia, faces scrutiny after posting a disparaging message on Facebook aimed at Black Lives Matter.

Authorities said they released the footage of the unarmed mentally ill man's death for "the sake of the well-being of the community."

Taheshia Williams claims that the police are lying and trying to cover-up their "mistake." Meanwhile, police chief maintains that Scott was armed, despite reviewed video lacking “definitive, visual evidence that would confirm that a person is pointing a gun."