Stories with 'race' tag

Your View: Help us bring back Miami’s police oversight panel

After the McDuffie riots, Miami created an independent review panel for police actions. It was defunded during the recession. Tomorrow we’ll try to bring it back.

/ August 10, 2016

Your View: #BlackLivesMatter isn’t just about Black men

If you leave women out of the conversation, you are leaving them behind.

/ July 24, 2016

Black community leaders talk race relations in Miami and beyond

The New Tropic gathered six black male leaders for a roundtable to talk race relations, the Black Lives Matter movement, and our responsibilities as a community.

/ July 21, 2016

Your view: Miami’s black men have stories they should share

BMe Community is accepting applications for $10,000 grants for everyday black men making positive changes in their community.

/ March 24, 2016

Miami Black History: 1980s to 1990s

Author Mandy Baca gives us a quick look at key events in Miami Black History in the 1980s and 1990s, when riots over police violence toward blacks shook Miami, a new wave of Haitian immigrants carved out their place in the city, and Miami Bass took center stage.

/ February 17, 2015