Surveillance video shows that at Palm Elementary School, in Ohio's Lorain City School District, a 9-year-old Black girl was made to eat waffles out of the trash can after she threw it away. As a result, a cafeteria worker and principal of the school were fired, and the family is suing.
A high school football coach is in hot water for forcing one of his players to violate his religious beliefs by eating pork as a punishment for missing a practice.
Led by Black legal, faith and community leaders, the Columbus Police Accountability Coalition wants the DOJ to investigate the Ohio capital city's police department for the first time in more than 20 years, not a review like the mayor requested.
Black communities cannot even enjoy a brief reprieve from police violence. Local reporters explained that many of the people who came outside as news of Ma'Khia's death began to circulate had been heading downtown in anticipation of the Chauvin verdict.
According to published reports, Columbus Police Officer Adam Coy has been fired after shooting and killing 47-year old Andre’ Hill within seconds of arriving on the scene.
Tamala Payne said her son, Casey Goodson, Jr., "was murdered in cold blood, and we don't have no answers as to why he was murdered."
The Justice Department joins the ongoing investigation into the fatal shooting of Casey Goodson Jr., who was holding a sandwich, not a gun, when he was killed in Columbus, Ohio on Dec. 4.
https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1164335305039765505 Some things are simply impossible to comprehend. This is one of those stories. On Wednesday, Officer Solomon T. Nhiwatiwa, a 34 year old, was indicted on charges of attempted kidnapping and a multitude of sexual offenses. Nhiwatiwa allegedly urinated on a 12 year old girl waiting for her school bus after she refused a […]
At most churches to share the story of Jesus Christ on Easter they normally have a play, but one pastor decided to teach the lesson in a different way.
There is nothing more cringe-worthy than adult white folks trying to be cool. Local News anchors in Ohio decided to use lingo the kids are using to help encourage them as you can imagine it was the worst thing ever. It’s testing week in Ohio and WTOL’s morning news team wanted to help boost kids […]