Posted March 9, 2017 TAGLINE Bridging the gap between peace officers and the rest of the community. LOG LINE As minority communities face the daily stranglehold of racial profiling, and police officers face relentless scrutiny by an anxious public, [...]
By Gary A. Johnson, Publisher – Black Men In America.com (February 23, 2017) A few weeks ago, a black University of Pennsylvania student recently declared that his fall semester at the Ivy League institution was “traumatic” because he had three [...]
By Black Men In America.com Staff A video of 9-year old Charlotte, North Carolina resident Zianna Oliphant has gone viral and brought many who watched her to tears. As protesters, many angry and emotional, spoke before the Charlotte City Council on [...]
Photo: 2000 Kids In Trouble Forum featuring Harold Bell, NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown and Congressman Tom Davis Harold Bell is a 4th generation Washingtonian, youth advocate and a DC radio and television sports talk show pioneer. On Saturday August 20, [...]
In an essay for “The Undefeated,” a sports blog that focuses on race and sports, Michael Jordan spoke out about the shootings of unarmed black men and targeted police attacks. The Basketball Hall of Famer decided to break his habit of keeping quiet about [...]
Posted July 13, 2016 Riveting Facebook Post by Black Police Officer Confronts “Black Lives Matter” I have come to realize something that is still hard for me to understand to this day. The following may be a shock to some coming from an [...]
Published on Jul 9, 2016 CNN’s commentator Van Jones explains why cops and African-Americans are more alike than they realize. What do you think? Scroll down and share your thoughts in the “Comments” section below.
By Gary A. Johnson, Black Men In America.com Posted July 8, 2016 The Dallas Police Department is known throughout the country as being one of the best managed and community involved police departments in the nation. Dallas Police Chief David Brown gets a [...]