How to Demand Federal Justice for Black Victims of Excessive and/or Unjust Deadly Force

In wake of the decisions made the law two weeks to not indict officers for the unjust killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, the National Bar Association is deeply concerned whether under the current legal standard a victim of excessive and/or deadly force by the hands of a police officer in America can receive fair and equal justice. Accordingly, the fight for justice continues and the National Bar …

National Black Attorneys Group Files Lawsuit Against Darren Wilson For Killing Michael Brown

THE NATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION FILES LAWSUIT CALLING FOR THE PERMANENT REVOCATION OF DARREN WILSON’S PEACE OFFICER’S LICENSE     WASHINGTON, DC – On Tuesday, November 24, 2014 the National Bar Association filed a lawsuit with the Missouri Department of Public Safety demanding the permanent revocation of Darren Wilson’s peace officer license. The lawsuit seeks permanent removal of Wilson’s license on the grounds that he …

The Best Way to Be Like Kevin Durant: Come from Two Parent Household

While it seems like all NBA players  like  mega-superstar Kevin Duran  come from a poor, single-mom household. This is a  myth. In fact, contrary to popular belief impoverished, single-mom household are actually underrepresented in the NBA. Don’t believe me, in a study of NBA players conducted from 1994 to 2004 by Joshua Kjerulf Dubrow of the Polish Academy of Sciences …

Thousands of Oklahoma Black Native Americans Cheated Out of Heritage and Inheritance

Recently the newspapers across the nation ran headlines and stories about the Cherokee Nation’s Supreme Court upholding  the rule of law by ruling that the 1866 Treaty signed after the Civil War  with the United States of America was still the good law.     ”The Cherokee Constitutional Amendment of March 3, 2007, by virtue of the provisions […]