Erica Garner

Eric Garner was killed on video by NYPD officers in 2014. His last words as he was being choked to death were, "I can’t breath." A grand jury refused to indict the officer and the Obama department of justice declined to prosecute, although they had jurisdiction and could have prosecuted the killer cop in this or any other case.

His daughter and namesake Erica Garner became the champion of his

The Limits of Solidarity

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Contradictions in White Supremacy

I forgot to post a discussion I had with Don DeBar a few weeks ago. We talked about a Black Agenda Report column I wrote back in November, Contradictions of White Supremacy. I was inspired after the New York Times publication of a controversial interview with an Ohio Nazi. The brouhaha was predictable and necessary but there are aspects of white supremacy which can’t be hidden because of outrage

Why Are African Americans the Justice Police for the World?

Why Are African Americans the justice police for the world? Doesn’t that scatter our efforts? Shouldn’t we focus on ourselves and our own politics?

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Yvette Carnell is founder of BreakingBrown.com.
Before embarking on a career in new media, she served as a Congressional aide on Capitol Hill