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Know Anyone Who Thinks Racial Profiling Is Exaggerated? Watch This, And Tell Me When Your Jaw Drops.


This video clearly demonstrates how racist America is as a country and how far we have to go to become a country that is civilized and actually values equal justice. We must not rest until this goal is achieved. I do not want my great grandchildren to live in a country like we have today. I wish for them to live in a country where differences of race and culture are not ignored but valued as a part of what makes America great.

What To Do When You're Stopped By Police - The ACLU & Elon James White

What To Do When You're Stopped By Police - The ACLU & Elon James White

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Saturday, July 30, 2016

Donald Trump, Jr. makes curious campaign detour Rachel Maddow describes the tragic racial history of Philadelphia, Mississippi, the creepily calculated Ronald Reagan campaign stop there in 1980, and the curious visit by Donald Trump, Jr. even though Mississippi is not a risk for Republicans this year.



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Parents of Capt. Khan Warn GOP's Ryan, McConnell Over Trump - NBC News







Parents of Capt. Khan Warn GOP's Ryan, McConnell Over Trump - NBC News

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Beyond #BlackLivesMatter: police reform must be bolstered by legal action | Matthew Segal | Opinion | The Guardian





"Courts have shaped American policing by defanging the fourth amendment’s prohibition on ‘unreasonable searches and seizures’

Something is missing from the debate over police reform. Though police killings of black men have sparked a nationwide movement to stop police violence, the police can fairly ask whether they deserve all of the blame.



That’s not because current levels of police violence are warranted (they aren’t), or because policing is race neutral (it isn’t). It’s because the chief architects of American policing are not police departments; they’re courts. The movement for police reform should be joined by an equally ambitious movement for court reform.



Will black people ever feel safe around police? I doubt it | Jamilah Lemieux

Courts have shaped American policing by defanging the fourth amendment’s prohibition on “unreasonable searches and seizures”. Because the

Beyond #BlackLivesMatter: police reform must be bolstered by legal action | "



Matthew Segal | Opinion | The Guardian

Monday, July 25, 2016

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Campaign Songs (HBO)

Racist Trump supporter goes after woman during NYC subway ride [VIDEO]

"Anyone who has ever ridden the subway before, especially in Manhattan, knows that during peak hours it’s not exactly unusual to end up having to stand. The subway is incredibly popular and used by most residents in the city.
What kind of a person would go on a rant all over something that happens commonly, to everybody? Someone who probably thinks they’re a little bit better than everyone else. Someone who thinks that perhaps the color of their skin makes them better than people who, say, have a different shade of skin. A racist. And yes, not shockingly, also a Trump supporter."

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Cops Shoot Unarmed Caregiver With His Hands Up While He Helps Man - NBC News



Cops Shoot Unarmed Caregiver With His Hands Up While He Helps Man - NBC News

Texas Voter ID Ruling Offers Stinging Rebuke to Law's Backers - NBC News

Wednesday's ruling by a federal appeals court against Texas's voter ID law looks likely to lower a massive barrier to voting that had threatened to disenfranchise large numbers of the state's minority voters. The ruling also offers a stinging rebuke to state lawmakers and officials who enacted and defended the law. And its cogent dismantling of many of the key claims advanced by backers of strict ID laws — all the more remarkable coming from a conservative-leaning court — could have implications beyond the Lone Star State.



Texas Voter ID Ruling Offers Stinging Rebuke to Law's Backers - NBC News

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

A Brutal Account of Colonialism in Africa Just Showed Up in the Most Unlikely of Places: Hollywood | The Nation

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 Some time ago I wrote a book about one of the great crimes of the last 150 years: the conquest and exploitation of the Congo by King Leopold II of Belgium. When King Leopold’s Ghost: A Story of Greed, Terror and Heroism in Colonial Africa was published, I thought I had found all the major characters in that brutal patch of history. But a few weeks ago I realized that I had left one out: Tarzan.



A Brutal Account of Colonialism in Africa Just Showed Up in the Most Unlikely of Places: Hollywood | The Nation

They have to fire somebody,' for Trump speech | MSNBC

Monday, July 18, 2016

Bill Maher: "Police Culture Has To Change"

Stephen Colbert Hijacks Mic at RNC

Convos With Cosmo on Protesting, Oppression, and how to deal with Bullies

NYTimes: Baton Rouge Attack Deepens Anguish for Police: ‘We’ve Seen Nothing Like This’

It is time for American police to clean their own house, get rid of both institutional racism and the many racist cops.  People are tired of these police killings.  This is just like the late sixties.  If they don't wake up they will be facing a "Spook Who Sat By The Door Situation".  "The twin attacks — three officers dead Sunday in Baton Rouge, five killed on July 7 in Dallas, along with at least 12 injured over all — have set off a period of fear, anguish and confusion among the nation’s 900,000 state and local law enforcement officers. Even the most hardened veterans call this one of the most charged moments of policing they have experienced."

NYTimes: Baton Rouge Attack Deepens Anguish for Police: ‘We’ve Seen Nothing Like This’