On the fifth anniversary of the teen's tragic death, has the lesson that Black lives matter really been heard or has it fallen on deaf ears?

It seems impossible to scroll through your Facebook timeline, Twitter feed, and news alerts without being bombarded with images of Black and brown men, women and even children being murdered in cold blood at the hands of police all over the country.

Seals was found fatally shot in St. Louis County Tuesday morning.


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Donald Trump thought he had secured the endorsement of a coalition of African American pastors, many of whom have since denounced him.

"Don't kill my baby!" screamed a mother of an 18-year-old male in critical condition following a gun shot wound to the face.

"Theres a specific problem that’s happening in the African American community that’s not happening in other communities," he said.

On the clip, the officer is heard saying that Michael Brown “got what he had coming.”


Another unarmed black man was gunned down by St. Louis police one year after Kajieme Powell, in the same city.

A Missouri cop allegedly posted a Facebook status bragging about "Michael Brown bonus."

On the first anniversary of Mike Brown's death, we should revisit why we cannot let his life and death be in vain.