He wants to make the interstate system “inclusive.”
Tag Archives: Blacks in Charge
They work for something called the “Community Relations Service.”
Ferguson mayor says the city now needs a “massive recruiting drive” for more black officers.
12 principals and an assistant superintendent said to have been on the take.
DOJ is threatening “disparate impact” suits for cities that fine non-whites disproportionately.
A volunteer was making child porn at the school.
Congress Seeks Answers on Flint Water Crisis, Doesn’t Get Them, Huffington Post
Congressman: “This isn’t supposed to happen here. . . . We are not some Third World country . . . .”
Shock Probation Granted for Woman Who Assaulted Elderly Victims, WDRB (Louisville)
Black judge grants probation six months into a 20-year sentence.
Or bricks. Or bottles.
60 percent of the religious institutions that file for bankruptcy are black churches.
Business as usual.
Blacks are serious about their shoes.
Even Obama is guilty of continuing this “legacy of oppression.”
Black judge, black criminal.
Black judge does not believe all-white juries can be fair and impartial.
He’ll bring his expertise in “institutional racism” to Oakland’s new “race and equity” department.
Is it bias, or are blacks less likely to pay their bills?
Black head of schools had “tuition to pay and casinos to visit.”
Act Before the Tyrant Dies, The Economist
Zimbabwe’s economy is in shambles and Mugabe’s party may even force him out.
Seven-notch downgrade due to “severe and rapid” financial decline.
She posed for selfies with them.
An HBCU Fights to Survive, Inside Higher Ed
Stories of mismanagement are “legendary.”
Willie Brown: Help With CEO’s Domestic-Violence Case Was Ethical, Wall Street Journal
Email quotes former mayor as asking for $1 million to make an indictment “go away.”
Black judge says citizens of Baltimore “think for themselves.”
Police union calls settlement “ridiculous.”
Black judge assigns new court dates and “alternative penalties” like community service.
Eric Holder’s Justice Department: A federal judge called its behavior “appalling.”
Kwame Kilpatrick’s Conviction and Sentence Upheld, Detroit Free Press
His 28-year prison sentence was upheld.
50 Years After Watts: ‘There Is Still a Crisis in the Black Community’, Los Angeles Times
Rioting “failed to shift the racial power equation.”
She’s a special assistant to the president.
Even black police are tired of the lying.
“Crash for Cash:” Injuring yourself and then suing for compensation.
More blacks in charge, less revenue, and fewer businesses.
They also say Marilyn Mosby had a suspicious meeting with the medical examiner.
Blacks propose rule to help blacks stay in their neighborhoods.
When the Problem Isn’t Revenue but Out-Of-Control Spending, Washington Times
Prince George’s County is one of the country’s wealthiest; it’s also one of the most corrupt.
“Clarence Thomas is an ardent white supremacist.”
Keeping white ownership for some farms is “of strategic economic importance.”
Is Justice Really Blind? Race and Reversal in US Courts, Journal of Legal Studies
Decisions of black federal district judges are 10 percent more likely to be overturned.
Popular ASU Professor Whitaker Demoted After Plagiarism, Arizona Republic
He also gives cultural sensitivity training to the police department.
Program hires ex-cons to help reduce neighborhood violence.
Rapper 50 Cent Files for Bankruptcy, Wall Street Journal
He didn’t just rap. He made $40 to $100 million on an investment in Vitaminwater.
Report’s cover quotes the mayor’s “space to destroy” comment.
The interim commissioner will be a white man.
Congressmen introducing a resolution to encourage retailers to stop selling the flag.
Autopsy of Freddie Gray Shows ‘High-Energy’ Impact, Baltimore Sun
It probably happened when Gray stood up while the van was moving.
South Africa’s Long Walk to Decline, Telegraph
It began with the end of apartheid.