These goos are from the Injustice category, people famous for being abused by unfair systems, or perpetrating unfairness. Browse another way.

A.O. Neville

What kind of man would steal a generation of children? A devil, probably. Go »

Abner Louima

After an Italian fox dominated him, he was left with 8.75 reasons to forget. Go »

Ahmaud Arbery

Justice is better late than never for this man and the southern Georgia police department that didn't take his killing seriously. Go »

Ahmed Mohamed

Bringing a bomb to school is grounds for arrest, unless it's a clock, in which case it's grounds for an invitation to the White House. Go »

Amadou Diallo

Death met this West African on his doorstep one cold February morning. Go »

Amanda Knox

When Italy needed a sexy young American scapegoat for a lurid murder case, they knocked on her door. Go »

Ana Suda

¿Hablas español? Call the oro y plata police! Go »

Breonna Taylor

Louisville police slept on their civic responsibility to this citizen. Say her name. Go »

Bryton Mellott

His criminally unpatriotic choice of expression might have made him an actual criminal under Illinois law. Go »

Bull Connor

The violence perpetrated by this Birmingham city official against civil rights protesters, including children, helped lead to passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Go »

Chris Gueffroy

All in all, more than just another brick in the wall. Go »

Christine Collins

Some children come home different after college or military service. Hers came home different from DeKalb. Go »

Claudette Colvin

Being a mother didn't stop her from being the mother of the civil rights movement. Go »

Crispus Attucks

Historians can't agree on his racial identity or his legal status, but they can acknowledge that the historical blood that he shed in Boston helped to make America what it is today. Go »

Elfriede Rinkel

This guard married a Jew, attended synagogue and contributed to Jewish charities. Go »

Fawza Falih

Islamic judges don't tolerate witches, either Go »

Freddie Gray

Unexplained fatal damage to his anatomy while in police custody has Baltimore feeling fifty shades of outrage. Go »

George Floyd

A social movement has had new life breathed into it because he couldn't. Go »

Henry Leyvas

Hey carnál, just because we like to look sharp, doesn't mean we're killers. Go »

John Yettaw

Sink-or-swim goos like this take hard work to figure out. Go »

Little Crow

He led his tribe in a war against the United States ultimately ending in the largest mass execution in U.S history. Go »

Marcus Dixon

It was a miscarriage of justice when this football player was sentenced to ten years without parole, and he didn't even use a fake name. Go »

Martha O'Donovan

Call an African strongman a Halloweeny name and you'll get arrested. Go »

Michael Brown

Six shots ended this Missourian's life eight days after he graduated high school. Go »

Nicole Maines

Her lawsuit over bathroom access was a royal pain to her school district in the New England state that shares her name. Go »

Oney Judge

She was an unfree freewoman, after escaping from the first first family. Go »

Oscar Grant

He was granted anything but a peaceful ending. Go »

Philomena Lee

Ireland could never give this mother back what it took from her. Go »

Rebecca Nurse

maybe her hanging helped to heal the village of Salem Go »

Richard Jewell

He won an Olympic gold medal in being tried by the media. Go »

Rodney King

Talk about taking an LAPD rod to the knee. Who's the king? Go »

Salecia Johnson

Don't act like a kid and throw a hissy fit if you don't get this goo, or you might get arrested. Go »

Trayvon Martin

The neighborhood (and soon the country) watched him get into a deadly scuffle over Skittles and a gray hoodie. Go »

Viola Fletcher

A century ago, a mob deputized by city officials destroyed a thriving Black community, killing hundreds and displacing thousands. Two weeks ago, this woman, the oldest of three survivors to testify about it to Congress, asked her country to acknowledge what happened. Go »