Takign credit for the hard work “black” people do… that’s mighty white of you Kim Kardashian…
The headline splashed across nearly every news publication “Kim Kardashian Quietly Frees 17 Inmates”. Not only was the headline disingenuous, it was untrue.
What Kim did do was donate money to already years long efforts of attorneys Brittany K. Barnett and MiAngel Cody. Continue reading
This fool had the audacity to say he was sorry… sorry he got caught…. fucking chump….
James Jackson, a 30-year old white supremacist who stabbed and killed 66-year old Timothy Caughman because of his race, has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. He tried to apologize in court, but Caughman’s loved ones were only insulted. Continue reading
Another beige non-DOS tryin to use the black card when convenient for their own machinations..
The senator was often on the wrong side of history when she served as California’s attorney general.
With the growing recognition that prosecutors hold the keys to a fairer criminal justice system, the term “progressive prosecutor” has almost become trendy. This is how Senator Kamala Harris of California, a likely presidential candidate and a former prosecutor, describes herself.
But she’s not.
an old article but it shows how the Chicago machine kept the an organization from legitimizing itself like the Irish and Italian mobs before it…. and don’t forget the Jewish mob…
Ever since he read Boss, Larry Hoover knew he wanted to mold his street gang into a political organization like the old Daley Machine. He’s still in jail, but 21st Century V.O.T.E. is ready to roll. Continue reading
I feel bad for dude…. but where was his ppl on the outside to keep fighting for justice for him??But I’m not surprised about “Texas Justice” smmfh
When Jerry Hartfield walked out of the Hutchins State Jail in Dallas on Monday into the sunlight and the arms of his family, he became one of the most unlikely prisoners ever to be freed early in Texas. He wasn’t exonerated or released on parole. He wasn’t pardoned by the governor. No one else has confessed to the murder for which he was convicted in 1977. No DNA cleared him. No witness recanted. No celebrities pleaded his cause. Continue reading
White privilege in their own words…
Before I exited the courtroom, Judge James told me that, despite my felony convictions, he felt I would best serve my community from outside a prison cell. After so many chances already, I was given one more, and yes, I felt very lucky. Nearly 14 years later, luck is no longer the first word that comes to mind, however. When I consider how I avoided nine years in prison—instead getting three years in probation—the word I think of now is privilege. Continue reading