Hundreds of Seattle public school teachers plan to wear Black Lives Matter T-shirts to school for a week. They want to spark a dialogue in the school district about racial injustice.
Trish Doolin said Seattle's KeyBank went as far as to call her company to verify if she was actually an employee there.
Plus, security threat spoils ‘Black Men Uniting’ event at a Seattle middle school and H&M's newest ad tackles what it means to be "ladylike."
Although African-Americans make up just 13 percent of the U.S. population, we account for 33 percent of the missing in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s…
SEATTLE-Jim Hardie, a white Iraq veteran brawled with several African American bus patrons after he became fed up with their use of the n-word and the b-word and confronted them on it. After Hardie expressed his disapproval of their language, the passengers attacked Hardie and he was successful in fighting the three assailants off the […]
Phoenix Jones, the self-proclaimed superhero whose videos of him thwarting crime have appeared across the web, unmasked himself Thursday morning at a court hearing. Jones, 23, whose real name is Benjamin John Francis Fodor, appeared in court wearing his super hero costume, but was asked by a court officer to remove his mask as court […]
Video has surfaced of Seattle self proclaimed super hero, Phoenix Jones arrest showing he pepper sprayed someone who was attacking him. While previous reports claimed the victims of the pepper spray attack claimed they were “just dancing,” the video clearly shows that they were fighting. The video shows Jones saying “call 911” and being attacked […]
SEATTLE — Benjamin Francis, also known as Phoenix Jones, a self proclaimed superhero, was charged with assault for allegedly pepper spraying people while they were dancing. Francis claims that the people were fighting and he was trying to break it up. Seattle “Superhero” Gets Nose Broken After Breaking Up Fight Real Life Superhero “Phoenix Jones” […]