Water Protectors Lock-Down Dallas Mansion Of Kelcy Warren, CEO Of Energy Transfer Partners

By L'Eau est la Vie, Earthfirstjournal.org -

DALLAS, TEXAS 10/19 – On Friday morning, Water Protectors locked themselves to gates at the entrance of the residence of Kelcy Warren, CEO and Chairman of Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), [...]

Pipeline Protesters Arrested In Dallas Are ‘Making Sacrifices For All Of Us,’ Local Leader Says

By Sara Coello, Dallasnews.com -

Two protesters were arrested at a North Dallas hotel Thursday morning after interrupting a shareholders meeting to denounce the final phase of construction on Energy Transfer Partners' latest [...]

Dallas Organizers Mourn Shooting Victims, Work To Prevent Police Expansion

By Candice Bernd, www.truth-out.org -

By Candice Bernd for Truth Out - Long-time Dallas organizers who have worked for years to reform the Dallas Police Department's (DPD) use-of-force practices mourned the July 7 deadly shooting of [...]

People Arrested For Criticizing Cops On Social Media After Dallas Shootings

By Naomi LaChance, www.theintercept.com -

By Naomi LaChance for The Intercept - FOUR MEN IN Detroit were arrested over the past week for posts on social media that the police chief called threatening. One tweet that led to an arrest said [...]

Baton Rouge, Minneapolis And Dallas Through A Father’s Eyes

By Terrance Heath, www.billmoyers.com -

By Terrance Heath for Moyers and Company - The horrors we witnessed in Baton Rouge, Minneapolis and Dallas are rooted in racism that has haunted our families for generations, and is perhaps at [...]

Beyond Dallas And Orlando, A Global Arc Of Violence

By William C. Anderson, www.truth-out.org -

By William C. Anderson for Truthout - The United States will never be at peace with itself until it resolves the fact that it was birthed through injustice, exploitation and genocide. America, as [...]

Resisting The Pro-Police Backlash After Dallas

By Nicole Colson, www.socialistworker.org -

By Nicole Colson for Socialist Worker - THE POLICE KILLING of two Black men--Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, a suburb of the Twin Cities in [...]

The President Is Wrong About Dallas, Wrong About Race

By William Boardman, www.readersupportednews.org -

By William Boardman for Reader Supported News - hat the President expressed is a conventional wisdom meme, and it is both inadequate and false in so many ways, but it reflects the unhealthy [...]

Dallas Shooter Was Planning A Bigger Attack

By Staff, www.cnbc.com -

By Staff of Reuters - Baton Rouge has serious problems in their police. They need to be removed from office. Their tactics are totally inappropriate. The gunman who killed five Dallas police [...]

How Protesters Actually Helped The Dallas Police

By Tom Cahill, www.usuncut.com -

By Tom Cahill for US Uncut. Black Lives Matter protesters had been working with local police from the early stages of planning the march, and the demonstration was completely peaceful. In one [...]

Dallas Police Used A Robot To Kill A Gunman

By W.J. Hennigan and Brian Bennett, www.latimes.com -

By W.J. Hennigan and Brian Bennett for Los Angeles Times - Negotiators had been talking for hours with the hunkered-down killer of five police officers in downtown Dallas when the man suddenly [...]

Legal Experts Raise Alarm Over Shocking Use Of ‘Killer Robot’ In Dallas

By Nadia Prupis, www.commondreams.org -

By Nadia Prupis for Common Dreams - As news emerges that police officers in Dallas, Texas used an armed robot to kill the suspected shooter in Thursday night's ambush, experts are warning that it [...]

Snipers Kill 5 Police Officers During Dallas Protest

By Nick Visser, www.huffingtonpost.com -

By Nick Visser for The Huffington Post - Downtown Dallas was in lockdown early Friday, after snipers shot and killed five police officers “ambush-style” during a Black Lives Matter protest in the [...]

Activists File Complaint Against Dallas Police

By Candice Bernd, www.truth-out.org -

Dallas Communities Organizing for Change (DCOC), a grassroots, Dallas-based police accountability group, has filed an administrative complaint with the Department of Justice's (DOJ) Civil Rights [...]