More Black Americans are moving south to get away from racism at home.
Kevin Clarke told officers "I can't breathe" in a restraint that lasted 33 minutes. His mother said she wasn't consulted over his mural's removal.
A controversial proposal by President Iván Duque could fuel protests against police violence, and their violent repression.
Osime Brown is to be sent from the UK to Jamaica, where he has no support network, in what a specialist calls an act of "pure folly".
'The Blood’s Gone, the Bullets Are Gone': Massacre Survivors Fear Bolivia's Military Will Get Away With Murder
Interim President Jeanine Áñez has ruled herself out of running for president in Bolivia's upcoming elections, but she oversaw atrocious human rights violations during her year in power.
Mwazulu Diyabanza has spent the summer of 2020 trying to reclaim African art from museums in Europe.
Mom Loses 3 Senses After Cops Threw Tear Gas Canister Into Her Face, Sparking a Movement Against 'Non-Lethal' Weapons in Chile
The use of tear gas and rubber bullets by the police in Chile have seriously injured more than 460 victims during the country’s ongoing protest movement, which accounts for the highest count of eye trauma incidents in the world.
“He belongs in a museum,” read the plaques. “Not on our streets.”
Overnight, damaged precincts were turned into dance halls, cultural centers and libraries as many hope for peace following protests.
The death of the man in police custody sparked protests across Colombia, and a reckoning over police brutality.
The temporary ruling from the Supreme Court is saving lives in one of the worst-offending countries for police brutality.
Two-thirds of stop and searches are conducted under the pretext of drugs searches.