Tag Archives: black-on-black crime

  • It’s Time to Address Black on Black Crime … Again

    Jun 4, 15 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *(Via NNPA) – As cities across the country have mobilized massive street protests over police violence and misconduct, a familiar question has been raised by their opponents: Why does violence within the Black community garner less concern than police violence? According to crowd-sourced database, Mapping Police Violence, 304 Black people died at the hands of […]

  • Waka Flocka Flame Joins United in Peace for Charity Concert

    May 16, 13 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment

    *Guess what? Waka Flocka Flame and his co-horts, Wallace Gator Bradley and United in Peace are working together to help stop the violence in Chicago with a special concert in June. Like many other artists, Waka has been vocal about making the streets of the south side of Chicago safer. “Senseless acts of violence is […]

  • The Journal of Steffanie Rivers: Same Injustice, Different Victim

    Mar 27, 12 by riversteff Leave a comment

    *I called a friend the other day to wish him a Happy Birthday when we got on the subject of the same issue that has millions of people talking and protesting in the streets: Why has George Zimmerman not been locked up for killing Trayvon Martin? Zimmerman is the neighborhood watch wannabe cop who shot […]

  • PAFF Spotlight: ‘Mothers of No Tomorrow’ Tackles Black-on-Black Crime

    Feb 14, 12 by EurPublisher 2 Comments

    “This is not a movie, this is a movement!” – “Sixx King” CEO, Sixx Degrees Films *For some, there will come a time when being a mere “observer” will not be enough. It may suffice when you find yourself absorbed in mindless entertainment, and it may even be necessary in the endless opportunities to learn […]

  • The Bridge: Working Against Ourselves

    Oct 19, 10 by EurPublisher 5 Comments

    *Racism is alive and well in America, but sadly, most of the work is being done by Blacks against other Blacks. I’m not talking about so-called Black-on-Black crime either. I’m talking about the unwitting work that many Blacks do which hurts the cause of us all. For example, African Americans with comfortable backgrounds chastise poor […]