Community Coalition Remains Committed to Peaceful RNC March in Milwaukee Despite Recent Violence at Trump Rally

Milwaukee, WI — In the aftermath of an unsettling incident at a Pennsylvania rally where former President Donald Trump was injured, the Coalition to March on the Republican National Convention reiterated its commitment to proceed with a planned march in Milwaukee. The march, scheduled for Monday morning, coincides with the opening day of the RNC. The violent episode, which resulted in the death of one spectator and injuries to two others, has cast a grim shadow over the upcoming political convention. Authorities identified the assailant as 20-year-old Thomas Matthews Crooks from Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, who … Read more

DC Court Convicts Trio in Tense Trial Over Tragic Youth Shooting and Citywide Violence

Washington, D.C. – Three men were found guilty on Thursday in a high-profile case involving the murder of a 13-year-old boy and a series of related violent crimes, concluding a months-long trial that has gripped the community. The DC Superior Court jury delivered a verdict convicting Koran Jackson, 23, Tyiion Kyree Freeman, 24, and Stephen Nelson, 22, of charges including first-degree murder while armed, conspiracy, and multiple counts of assault with intent to kill while armed. The charges stem from a fatal incident on March 1, 2020, that resulted in the death of Malachi Lukes … Read more

Cassie Opens Up About Domestic Violence Journey, Emphasizes Continuous Healing and Community Support

In a heartfelt Instagram post, singer and actress Cassie, 37, expressed her profound gratitude towards her family, friends, and supporters for their unyielding love and support as she navigates the emotional aftermath of past domestic violence. The star, mother to daughters Frankie, 4, and Sunny, 2, alongside her husband Alex Fine, shared how these experiences have shaped her. Cassie described domestic violence as a pivotal issue that transformed her into someone she barely recognized. Her journey through healing has been arduous and, while she says she’s in a better place now, the recovery is ongoing … Read more

Justice Department Supports Alabama Prisoners’ Claims of Unconstitutional Violence in Ongoing Legal Battle

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Increased scrutiny surrounds Alabama’s correctional system as the U.S. Department of Justice opposed the state’s motion for summary judgment in an ongoing legal dispute over alleged unconstitutional violence in state prisons. Federal authorities argue there are substantial claims of systematic abuse that warrant a trial. Prisoners at the St. Clair Correctional Facility initiated a lawsuit in 2014, claiming they were victims of relentless violence and excessive force by guards. The facility, a maximum-security prison, currently confines about 1,000 male inmates. The allegations extend to cover not only staff misconduct but also rampant … Read more