Today in Washington a huge group of mothers marched their way to the U.S Capital in efforts to demand change across the nation for all police departments to abide by the same rules and regulations and to most importantly put an end to police brutality. Most of these women have endured their children being injured or killed by police. Maria Hamilton, whose son was killed by a Milwaukee officer last year organized this march in which they are calling “Million Moms March Against Police Brutality”. And these moms want justice! “Hold these police officers accountable for killing our children. There is no accountability in none of these police departments.”- Maria Hamilton Tune in to watch the video and find out more after the jump!
#BringBackOurGirls 365 days ago, 276 girls were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the Nigerian town of Chibok by the Islamic terrorist group, Boko Haram. With the one-year anniversary upon us, 219 of the missing girls remain missing and the people of the country continue to make noise for a solution. In the Nigerian city of Abuja and within U.S. capitals, such as Washington, marches have been planned and taken place early Tuesday morning. The march involves 219 girls, who represent each of the girls that have yet to be found.
Oprah Winfrey & ‘Selma’ filmmakers will march in Alabama to honor Martin Luther King Jr. holiday! Read more on the story below!
Massive Crowd Marches on Paris in Result of Terror Attacks World leaders led just about 1.5 million people (according to French newspaper Le Monde) in a huge !massive ! march on Paris on Sunday to honor the victims of last week’s terror attack on the French publication Charlie Hebdo. Click READ MORE for PHOTOS ! VIDEOS ! AND DETAILS OF Massive Crowd Marches on Paris in Result of Terror Attacks !
Hundreds of people protest at a march in Brooklyn demanding justice for Akai Gurley. Gurley, 28, was shot by a rookie cop named Peter Liang. Liang shot his gun ‘by accident’ while patrolling inside an apartment building in Brooklyn. Read more on the story and check out the photos below!
Ferguson Protestors Blast Al Sharpton for DC March, While #MillionsMarchNYC successfully brought over 50,000 protestors together for Ferguson and the #BlackLivesMatter movement this weekend, little word came out of the Washington DC march that happened on the same day, until now. Ferguson Protestors Blast Al Sharpton and his National Action Network (NAN), the face and organizers of the DC march, after they reportedly cut off the mics while Ferguson youth who’ve been leading the protests “from the beginning” were speaking. Twitter immediately blew up, going on to cite more DC march incidents including a questionable “VIP” section at the march, as well as the problem of “leaders” in what’s now a new generation of resistance.