While these killings were perpetrated by different police departments in different states, they are far from unconnected. Both killings are part of a larger pattern of state-sponsored violence that is symptomatic of the white supremacy that is endemic in our society.
Sunday, May 1 Noon Rally at Roberto Clemente Park West 38th Street and Seymour Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44113
A Federal Judge heard oral comments on Tuesday in a “Fairness Hearing” regarding the NYPD’s abusive spying on Muslims and political activists. The hearing stemmed from two class-action lawsuits, Raza v. City of New York and Handschu v. Special Services Division.
New Yorkers will rally for the Right to Know Act for police transparency
1000 Massachusetts Residents Call on Health and Human Services to Reject Federal Prosecutors’ “Violent Extremism” Campaign
Social justice, civil rights and privacy advocates delivered a petition signed by over 1000 Massachusetts residents urging the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services to end its collaboration with a federal law enforcement campaign known as “Countering Violent Extremism.”
On Saturday March 19th the Los Angeles City Human Relations Commission hosted a public hearing on Gang Injunctions and the Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Program, marking the first time a government body questioned the impact of Suspicious Activity Reporting program on the community.