Charlotte is on fire. And Black people are in pain yet again as the news of Keith Lamont ScottâEUR(TM)s killing hit less than 24 hours after news outlets plastered the video of Terence CrutcherâEUR(TM)s murder on tv screens across the country.
A coalition of First Nations leaders is ratcheting up pressure on CanadaâEUR(TM)s oil sands industry, vowing to collectively oppose and actively resist any increased transport of crude through their traditional territories.
The Delhi-based newspaper named Balaknama ('Voice of Children' in Hindi) written and published by street children has been telling their stories in their voices and struggling for their rights for over a decade now.
But the killing is by no means limited to blacks. Native Americans are in fact the hardest hit proportionally, according to the GuardianâEUR(TM)s analysis. Blacks are second, based on a per capita breakdown. In terms of total numbers, whites are the highest.
" But as scene after scene unfolds on shaky screens and in grainy contours, another element of the violence is beginning to come into focus: the pattern of officers seeming to show no concern for the person they have shot, often fatally." Peace.