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After surviving nearly a decade behind bars, former NFL star and actor, OJ Simpson, could possibly be getting early release from prison this year. Simpson found himself being jailed for his role in a 2008...

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The Morehouse School of Medicine opened up their doors recently while hosting their Not One Step Back: One Day Strategy Session, which included an open forum to talk about the war on drugs, mass incarceration,...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS The governor of Alabama is now fighting to have more prisons built in the name of “justice,” or in other words, in the name of sending black men to prison for extensive...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Do you believe that homicide could ever be justified in the court of law? Well, according to many, homicide is more justifiable when killing young black children than it is against white people, or...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS Sara Kruzan is an African American survivor of human trafficking. Back in 1995, at the tender age of 17, she’d found herself convicted of first-degree murder for killing her pimp. She was...

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BY: NISHA THOMAS George Junius Stinney Jr. was an African-American 14-year-old boy who was convicted of murder on the assumption of biasness because of the color of his skin. He was the youngest person to...

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