(13NewsNow.com) The press conference comes days after the Lynch family named Fairfax as lead counsel in their lawsuit against the City of Virginia Beach. VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — For the first time since 13News Now reported on former Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax becoming the lead attorney for the family of Donovon Lynch, he stood alongside them in that new role and publicly addressed media … Continue reading ‘No accountability’ | Justin Fairfax speaks for first time as lead attorney in wrongful death lawsuit filed by Donovon Lynch’s family
A federal judge found that the Lynch family has enough evidence to complain that Virginia Beach failed to train its police officers to an appropriate standard. ( 13NewsNow.com ) Continue reading Donovon Lynch family’s federal lawsuit to move forward against City of Virginia Beach & Officer Solomon Simmons
In the decades that followed, mayors of cities across the country began issuing yearly proclamations recognizing “Negro History Week.” By the late 1960s, thanks in part to the civil rights movement and a growing awareness of Black identity, “Negro History Week” had evolved into Black History Month on many college campuses. President Gerald Ford officially recognized Black History Month in 1976, calling upon the public to “seize the opportunity … Continue reading Did you know? The NAACP was founded on February 12, 1909, the centennial anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln.
Black Lives Matter transferred millions to a Canadian charity run by the wife of its co-founder to purchase a sprawling mansion that had once served as the headquarters of the Communist Party, public records show. M4BJ, a Toronto-based non-profit set up by Janaya Khan and other Canadian activists, snagged the 10,000 square foot historic property for the equivalent of $6.3 million in cash in July … Continue reading Black Lives Matter sent millions to Canada charity to buy mansion￼
( WTKR.com ) CHESAPEAKE, Va. – Brian Faulcon, a former junior varsity basketball coach, has spent nearly a decade trying to prove he is not the gunman who robbed a pizza delivery woman in 2012. Now, after family and friends organized a petition for Gov. Ralph Northam to issue a pardon before his term ends this month, he has issued one. On Tuesday, we got confirmation that Gov. Northam … Continue reading Former Chesapeake basketball coach convicted of robbery released from prison after pardon
Just a few years after the Civil War, the Chicago businessman George M. Pullman began hiring thousands of African American men—including many former slaves—to serve white passengers traveling across the country on his company’s luxury railroad sleeping cars. While they were underpaid and overworked and endured constant racism on the job, the Pullman porters would eventually help to fuel the Great Migration, shape a new Black middle … Continue reading Pullman Porters