I AM SORRY

I Am Sorry from Christopher Durai on Vimeo. Ex-Davidson County Sheriff’s Deputy Frank Sykes speaks out through spoken word poetry about a system that has resulted in the deaths of so many black men, women and children.

Memories of the Tulsa Massacre

On May 30, 1921, a young Black Greenwood resident was arrested for allegedly assaulting a white woman in a downtown elevator. The next day, mobs of white Tulsans, thwarted in their attempt to lynch the man, invaded the district with…

Where Do White People Come From?

A Review of “Killing In Thy Name” a Rage Against the Machine and The Ummah Chroma Collaboration By Chris Durai The concept of a cross burning has always confused me. In RATM’s new video, self described as “a fire escape…

Breonna Taylor’s Boyfriend Speaks Out

In this exclusive broadcast interview, Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, shares the details of the night she was fatally shot. In her own home by the police with “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King. From the knock on the door…

‘Trouble Behind’: What Racism Looked Like in 1991 Kentucky

Trouble Behind (1991), a documentary by Robby Henson that examines the history and legacy of racism in Corbin, Kentucky, a small railroad community noteworthy both as the home of Colonel Sanders‘ Kentucky Fried Chicken and for “its race riots of 1919, during which over two hundred blacks…

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