Ramarley Graham

Ramarley Graham's mother speaks about her fight for justice on what would have been his 24th birthday.

Former NYPD cop Richard Haste says Graham's mother has "every right to be angry" with him.

Donald Trump is expected to sign an executive order on Wednesday to move forward with his plan to build a wall along the Mexican border.

After a department trial for the New York cop who fatally shot Ramarley Graham ended on Monday, questions are lingering about whether the NYPD will publicly reveal officer Richard Haste's fate.

The NYPD cop who shot and killed Ramarley Graham in 2012 will not face a grand jury regarding the case according to a statement from the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's Office. The Graham family was hopeful that prosecutors would convene a jury as part of a potential federal civil rights prosecution of Officer Richard Haste, the New York Daily News reports.

The mother of slain Bronx teen Ramarley Graham is demanding justice for her son, who was shot and killed at the hands of NYPD officer Richard Haste in 2012.

According to The Huffington Post, Officer Richard Haste, 34, earned $88,614 in 2015 and received $25,000 in raises since gunning down Ramarley Graham in 2012.

If yesterday’s march in New York City is any indication, it appears there’s growing support nationwide for the Baltimore uprising ignited by the death of 25-year-old…

Ramarley Graham’s parents held a memorial at the Bronx’s Crawford Memorial United Methodist Church Monday evening. The day marked three years since officers killed the…

Washington, D.C. hosted the most high-profile and traditional of Saturday’s protests against racial bias in the legal system.  The march and rally was organized by National Action…

  1. Justice for Ramarley Graham: It’s been more than two years since the New York City Police Department broke down the door of unarmed…