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Huey Newton On The Police & The Community

“The police should be the people of the community in uniform. There should be no division or conflict of interest between the people and the police. Once there is a division, then the police become the enemy of the people. The police should serve the interest of the people and be one and the same. […]

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Police Terrorism: Officer Punches Pregnant Woman In Her Stomach

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Gentrification: Newburgh, NY

This video includes discussions of: The wickedness of gentrification, governmental corruption, voter intimidation, and police terrorism. Tweet

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Doc Gooden, Gary Sheffield & Police Brutality (Part 2)

Doc Gooden discusses his encounter with police terrorism, and the deadly chokehold that was put on him: “I was joined by my nephew Gary, Vance Lovelace, my childhood friend Troy, and some other local athletes and celebrities. After the games, a bunch of us took some teenagers who were waiting for kidney transplants to a […]

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Gary Sheffield, Doc Gooden & Police Brutality (Part 1)

Gary Sheffield’s Perspective: “Doc loved coming home to Tampa, home to the high school and family he cared about most. One of those trips, though, turned bad. It also happened my senior year. Twenty years later, people are still talking about that night. Dwight invited me and a group of friends to a University of […]

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What Johnnie Cochran Said About Police Officers In His Autobiography

“The policeman on the street is the most powerful person in the criminal justice system. If he is in the grip of some grim private impulse or carries with him some bigoted private agenda, he can- all on his own- take your life, beat you and choose to lie about your guilt or innocence. If […]

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James Brown, Police Terrorism & Black Media Ownership

“Near year’s end, Brown played a show in Knoxville Tennessee. The scene afterward was utterly familiar: handshakes with local celebs, smiles and autographs for fans. An off-duty police officer working security brusquely told Brown to get out. It was time to close the hall. The conversation with fans continued and the officer returned with more […]

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A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words Pic Of The Week

Michael Brown Protestor. Ferguson, Missouri. 2014. Tweet

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Police Terrorism: California Highway Patrol Officer Attacks & Pummels A Woman

In the video below, a California highway patrol officer is seen violently attacking a defenseless woman. SIDEBAR: Why is this news report named, “Freeway Takedown.” Tweet

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Brooklyn High-Schooler Documents His Experience With “Stop and Frisk”

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