Around the world, Black individuals still fight for their rights. It is important to see the roots, the progression, and current state of both Black discrimination and Black liberation. In order to gain a complete understanding of this journey, a complete view of Black history is needed. This book gives a historical overview of the transatlantic slave trade and police brutality. It addresses various systemic injustices that have not only build the foundation of the land of the United States of America, but also lands like Australia and South Africa. Covering topics such as police brutality, slave mutinies, and traffic stops, this premier reference source is a dynamic resource for sociologists, historians, government officials, professionals, law enforcement officers, policymakers, students and educators of higher education, researchers, and academicians.