The withdrawal of felony charges against Terrance Roberts, Joel Northam, and Lillian House comes nearly three weeks after a judge dismissed kidnapping charges against them. The trio were actively involved in organizing protests seeking justice for Elijah McClain
Progressives in Europe marked the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, with mobilizations and statements highlighting the spike in racism and xenophobia in Europe during the pandemic
Social movements and progressive organizations have reiterated that justice has not been served in Taylor’s case and they will keep fighting till all their demands are met.
Ibrahima Barrie was taken in by the police on Saturday night in Brussels North for allegedly violating the COVID-19 curfew. He reportedly lost consciousness at the police station and was subsequently shifted to a hospital where he died
Despite the pandemic, people and movements across the world rose up, time and again, united, against racism.
Eugene Puryear from Breakthrough News spoke to Peoples Dispatch about crucial factors that will play a major role in the upcoming elections, but are not being sufficiently highlighted by the mainstream media.
Who elects the US president? Are there only two candidates? What are the key issues? Here are some important questions about the US elections
The shooting of the 19-year-old Marcellis Stinnette and his partner in a Chicago suburb has prompted massive protests across the state of Illinois
Jalil Muntaqim has been in jail since 1971 and was sentenced only in 1993. He was eligible for parole since 1998, but his requests were rejected twelve times
The protests were triggered after a jury in the US State of Kentucky refused to charge the three officers involved in the fatal shooting of medical worker Breonna Taylor.
In a memo distributed among US attorneys, deputy attorney general Jeffrey Rosen asked prosecutors to consider applying the rarely used sedition charges on protesters accused of violence