Category: Jim Crow

Mom calls out textbook publisher for redefining slavery as immigration and gets results (VIDEO)

Editor SCD- October 4, 2015

A courageous Texas mom speaks out against a history textbook that lied about the reality of slavery One wondered if Texas was going to be ... Read More


Mike Caccioppoli- November 6, 2014

Guess which side showed up to vote this year? (John T. Bledsoe/Library Of Congress - Public Domain)   I have been quiet. I let the ... Read More

With new voter laws widespread, fears persist of fraud, disenfranchisement

Ed Lynn- November 6, 2014

WASHINGTON — With several key elections potentially hinging on razor-thin margins, Americans went to the polls Tuesday in 34 states with new voting laws that ... Read More

The Black & White Facts About Police Use Of Deadly Force

Ed Lynn- October 23, 2014

Illustration by Edward Lynn for Truth 2 Powa   by Ryan Gabrielson, Ryann Grochowski Jones and Eric Sagara Young black males in recent years were ... Read More

Civil Rights Icon John Lewis Looks Back

Ed Lynn- August 29, 2014

<img class="size-full wp-image-2004" src="" alt="By Marion S. Trikosko, U.S. News and World Reports , via Wikimedia Commons" width="256" height="385" data-wp-pid="2004" /> By Marion S. Trikosko, ... Read More

MUST SEE: Melissa Harris-Perry’s Heart-Wrenching Tribute to Black Men Killed by Police in America (Video)

Ed Lynn- August 17, 2014

In a powerful segment on Saturday, MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry gave a short tribute to unarmed African Americans killed by police in America. Reading the names ... Read More

Ferguson’s Fifty-Year Fire

Ed Lynn- August 17, 2014

On August 5, 1966, Martin Luther King Jr., and about 700 protesters marched through an outer Chicago neighborhood called Marquette Park to protest housing segregation, ... Read More

Ferguson Police Busted Intentionally Shooting Man With Tear Gas Canister (Video/Images)

Ed Lynn- August 17, 2014

The first night of curfew in Ferguson was one of broken promises and brutal suppression from which it seemed, for one beautiful moment, we had ... Read More

Missouri Gov. Nixon Upset With Michael Brown Video Release

Ed Lynn- August 17, 2014

The office of Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was unaware that a video of the late Michael Brown—the 18-year-old black teen whose death last Saturday has ... Read More

WATCH: Once You Understand This Comparison, the Ferguson Situation Becomes Even More Shocking (Video)

Ed Lynn- August 17, 2014

Last Tuesday on All in With Chris Hayes, Hayes and his guests – Phillip Agnew, Executive Director of Dream Defenders and retired NYPD detective Marq ... Read More