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Blood on Their Hands: The Racist History of Modern Police Unions

Outraged by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's statements concerning the killing of Eric Garner, Patrick Lynch, the longtime leader of the New York City Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (PBA), the..
Huffington Post 5 days ago

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Legal & Evidence Hurdles Stop Feds in Brown Case

*Media Reports Point to End of Criminal Case* Multiple media reports beginning with The New York Times, late Wednesday night have indicated that the United States Department of Justice will decline to..
Huffington Post 5 days ago

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News video: How a Man Who Supported Looting During the Rodney King Riots Came to Renounce It

How a Man Who Supported Looting During the Rodney King Riots Came to Renounce It 03:38

In April 1992, it was announced that no police officers would be prosecuted in the brutal beating of Rodney King. In the week that followed the verdict, Los Angeles was in flames as the city broke out..
Source: Where Are They Now - on January 2, 2015

News video: Rev Arnold on Racial Tensions

Rev Arnold on Racial Tensions

Rev. Gerald Arnold talks MLK Day and racial tensions.
Source: WTVW - 1 week ago

 
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Some People Have A Really Hard Time Admitting What She Admits To Here

A woman who understands that acknowledging her white privilege doesn't mean she's bad wrote a thing to help other privileged people get to the same understanding. It's pretty great. I think you should..
Upworthy 2 weeks ago

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Taylor Negron dead; comedian and playwright was 57

Taylor Negron, a comedian and actor who was a fixture in Los Angeles comedy clubs as well as a playwright who penned “Gangster Planet” after the 1992 Rodney King verdict riots, died Saturday. He..
L.A. Times 2 weeks ago
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"Black Dynamite" Airs Hour-Long Musical About Police Brutality Starring Tyler, the Creator and Erykah Badu

black dynamite airs hour-long musical about police brutality starring tyler, the creator and erykah baduAs previously reported, the season finale of Adult Swim's animated show "Black Dynamite" was an hour-long musical feature called "The Wizard of Watts". It featured the voices of Chance the..
Pitchfork 2 weeks ago

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Scalise Scandal Rooted in Secret Societies' Hold on Paths to Power -- Through Violence

There’s a direct connection between white male secret societies and group violence that roots gendered racism and raced sexism into our nation’s core. As the campus rape crisis, the Senate's CIA..
The American Prospect 3 weeks ago

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The Daring Racism Experiment That People Still Talk About 20 Years Later (VIDEO)

More than 20 years ago, "The Oprah Winfrey Show" conducted an experiment about racial prejudice that audiences will never forget. The year was 1992 -- in the wake of the deadly Los Angeles riots that..
Huffington Post on January 3, 2015

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How Adoption Forces Evangelicals To Grapple With Race Relations

(RNS) Before she and her husband adopted a son and daughter from Ethiopia, popular evangelical blogger Jen Hatmaker said she had a different view about race in America. “A couple years ago, I..
Huffington Post on December 29, 2014

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HUFFPOLLSTER: Remembering Mike Mokrzycki

Americans' worries about race relations increase dramatically. Hillary Clinton's huge primary lead dips slightly. And we remember pollster and journalist Mike Mokrzycki. This is HuffPollster for..
Huffington Post on December 22, 2014

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HUFFPOST HILL - President Stands Behind 'Spring Breakers' Star

A male journalist shout-asked whether President Obama would smoke a Cuban cigar, probably because he couldn’t translate “what about your gaffes?” into Spanish fast enough. That led to a social..
Huffington Post on December 19, 2014

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Percent Of Americans Who View Racism As Top Problem Skyrockets

The number of Americans who identify racism or race relations as the nation's top problem increased dramatically to 13 percent, according to a new Gallup survey, a figure not seen since the Rodney King..
Huffington Post on December 19, 2014

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It's Camera Time

The holiday season is upon us. For me it will be a festive occasion with good company and good food (maybe a bit too much of the latter). But I cannot imagine how heart-wrenching it must be for the..
Huffington Post on December 15, 2014

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Dear Mass Media: Allow the Truth to Breathe

I was a young teenager, but I recall the Los Angeles riots that took place in response to the acquittal of the police officers responsible for beating Rodney King in 1992. His mistreatment, caught..
Huffington Post on December 15, 2014
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The Nation Is Not Listening

As has long been the case, the visual of America's black citizenry splayed in protest has elicited the standard calls for a national "conversation" on race. When the riots in Los Angeles followed the..
Huffington Post on December 12, 2014

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Police Violence, Cameras, and Why Video Matters

Twenty-three years ago, an African-American man, Rodney King, was beaten by police officers from the Los Angeles police department. A bystander, George Holliday, captured the abuse on his handy-cam...
Huffington Post on December 11, 2014

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The Chokehold Is Still Alive and Well Courtesy of the Supreme Court

Police departments nationally scrambled furiously in the aftermath of the chokehold death of Eric Garner and the non-indictment of the officer that applied the hold to publicly declare that they do not..
Huffington Post on December 10, 2014

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Comprehensive National Policy That Outlaws Racial Profiling Should Cover State, Local Police

Racial profiling continues to plague our nation despite the constitutional guarantee of equal treatment under the law. Likewise, excessive force by police persists despite the Constitution's..
Huffington Post on December 9, 2014

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The Tale of Two Tapes

Pictures have far more power than words to trigger massive social change. Iconic photos of a South Vietnamese officer in the act of executing a Viet Cong suspect; a naked young girl fleeing in agony..
Huffington Post on December 9, 2014

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Protests’ vandalism, freeway shutdowns focus attention on tactics

Protests’ vandalism, freeway shutdowns focus attention on tactics Richard Becker has been organizing protests since the civil rights struggles of the 1960s, and on Saturday he led a die-in at Market..
SFGate on December 9, 2014

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Presidential Scripts for the Stages of Police Brutality

Does this sound too familiar? "I urge all Americans to approach this situation with calm, with tolerance...the Department of Justice has been monitoring this case since its inception as is customary in..
Huffington Post on December 8, 2014

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