Jamilah Lemieux

Ebony.com

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Writer and senior digital editor at Ebony.com, she started the Twitter hashtag "#Alive While Black"

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The coroner in Waller County, Texas called it a jailhouse suicide, but authorities are investigating it as a case of murder.

Was Sandra Bland's Only Crime 'Contempt of Cop?'

The coroner in Waller County, Texas called it a jailhouse suicide, but authorities are investigating it as a case of murder.

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Since white police officers recently killed unarmed black men and boys in New York, Cleveland and Ferguson, Missouri, street protests have continued around the country and put…

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