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#Repost @brooklynmuseum In honor of #MLKDAY we're looking back to #MonetaSleet's 1965 photograph which was featured in our 2014 exhibition "Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties." In it Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife Coretta Scott King lead participants at the end of the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery March to protest police brutality and to demand federal legislation to enforce voting rights. The 1965 Voting Rights Act was signed into law four and a half months later.

A convenience store in New Mexico U.S has sparked outrage with it's racist signpost that read 'Obama and other Muslims not allowed here' with reports saying the owner of the convenience store is a proud KKK member and also a Donald Trump fanatic.According to reports the store also sells Barack Obama tissue paper but he hasn't been arrested or charged yet as no official police complaint has been made. One of the signs on the shop also read Kill Obama and another says Obama & Muslims not…

California police chief joins police brutality protest with #BlackLivesMatter sign

RICHMOND, CA - The Chief of police stands with protesters for an end to police brutality in communities of color.  The striking image of Richmond Police Chief Chris Magnus holding a white sign that saying " that has gone viral on social media.

In a sign that there is no turning back from the police brutality witnessed over the weekend, protesters are seen on a recent video driving a large bu ...

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Megan Thomas told The Star Press on Sunday that she noticed the sign while walking with her niece. She said she was offended by the message, which she alleged was “vulgar, discriminatory to many different classes of people in our city.” She said it also seemed to have been up ahead of a police brutality protest. “I was very ashamed that something so dividing was present in Muncie,” she added.