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Attorneys Ben Crump and Devon Jacob Announce Lawsuit Filed on Behalf of Christian Hall’s Family

Members of the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) shot and killed 19-year-old Christian Hall during a mental health emergency while he was standing with his hands up in the universal stance of surrender.

Social Media Circulates Fake Apology from Chris Rock Regarding Oscar Slap

"Violence in all of its forms is poisonous and destructive. My behavior at last night’s Academy Awards was unacceptable and inexcusable." #chrisrock #willsmith #oscars #academyawards

A Tale of Two Statements: Will Smith and Chris Rock’s Response to Oscar Slap

"Jokes at my expense are a part of the job, but a joke about Jada’s medical condition was too much for me to bear and I reacted emotionally." #willsmith #chrisrock

Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump and Stowell & Friedman File Lawsuit on Behalf of Google Employees Facing Race Discrimination

Nationally renowned civil rights and personal injury attorney Ben Crump and Stowell & Friedman, Ltd. announced today that they have filed a lawsuit on behalf of April Curley and other former and current Black employees at Google, citing a pattern and practice of racial discrimination. #bencrump

Attorneys Ben Crump and Diandra “Fu” Debrosse Zimmermann Decry Johnson & Johnson Exploitation of Black Americans & Evasion of Responsibility

“We are shocked that Johnson & Johnson, a company that was once one of the most trusted brands in America, would knowingly inflict physical, psychological, and financial harm on Black Americans not once, but three times." #johnsonandjohnson

“Don’t Be McFooled” Creators Sets Sights on Wall Street as McDonald’s Objects to Potential SEC Audit Into Its Inclusion Practices

As an investment professional, I know there are some reasonable people willing to bring change to the financial services industry, but the facts prove that in practice Wall Street operates like the Klan in silk suits

Rep. Bobby Rush’s Emmett Till Antilynching Act Passes U.S. Senate Unanimously

The Emmett Till Antilynching Act would, for the first time in U.S. history, designate lynching as a federal hate crime. Despite more than 200 attempts since 1900 to codify federal antilynching legislation, it has never previously been done.

Pekau Files for Congress on the First Day with Nearly 2,500 Signatures

“While other Republican candidates talk about solving challenges like crime, inflation, and the economy, I’ve actually done it. That’s why 6th District residents are signing up for our campaign in droves—they know I’m the only Republican who can defeat far left Democrats Marie Newman and Sean Casten.”

Karin Norington-Reaves Statement on President Biden’s State of the Union Address

We are in a troubling moment in history, with so many problems both at home in our communities and abroad

USBC President Ron Busby Responds to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address

President Biden’s State of the Union address is an opportunity to "celebrate the progress we have made and also a time to reflect on the work that must be done to ensure that Black-owned businesses are positioned to not only compete but win as we work towards building a better America together."

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