1. After the death of Daunte Wright, the city of Brooklyn now offers a free application that connects users to lawyers at traffic stops.
  2. On Thursday April 14, Ed Buck was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for injecting two Black men with fatal doses of methamphetamine.
  3. On April 4th In Georgia, protesters marched at monument to show their dissatisfaction with U.S. South’s pro-slavery past.
  4. Michigan man faces hate crime charges after threatening BLM supporters.
  5. Harvard admits their ties to slavery and unveils plans for recovery.
  6. The department of housing unveiled an equity plan to combat racial bias in home appraisals as well as punishment for offenders.
  7. Juneteenth is now a paid state holiday for Georgia employees.
  8. DNA evidence helps Black Detroit man Terance Calhoun to be exonerated after 15 years.
  9. Former Ferguson cop gets probation for hitting handcuffed man and grabbing him by his throat.
  10. Michelle Obama’s brother sues Milwaukee school over expulsion of his kids claiming alleged racial bias.