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To Win Battleground of Ohio, Republicans Must Address Police Brutality and Reform

For the last quarter of a century, National Action Network (NAN) and I have championed and advocated on behalf of many victims of racial violence and misconduct at the hands of police. From Rodney King..
Huffington Post 2 days ago

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Will We Ever See Justice for Freddie Gray?

Now that another killer cop has been acquitted in Cleveland, I'll get straight to the point and answer the question posed by the title of this post about Baltimore's Freddie Gray with a single word:..
Huffington Post 3 days ago

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News video: Skid Row Attack -- 4 Cops Take Down Homeless Man ... For Destroying TV Camera

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LAPD officers surrounded a homeless man on Skid Row, and slammed him to ground before arresting him for attacking a TV camera ... and the gripping and violent incident was captured on video. L.A.'s FOX..
Source: Wochit News - on March 5, 2015

News video: Today in History for March 3rd

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On this day in history: Beating of Rodney King; Alexander Graham Bell born; Star Spangled banner becomes National Anthem. (March 3)Copyright 2015 The Associated Press
Source: Associated Press - on March 3, 2015

News video: Opinion Journal: Eric Holder's Comeuppance

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Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Jason Riley on the Department of Justice’s climbdown in the Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown investigations. Photo credit: Getty Images.
Source: WSJLive - on February 25, 2015

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Source: WCWJ - on February 23, 2015

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Artist visits U of A

Keith Knight paid a visit to the university for Black History Month
Source: KNWA - on February 22, 2015

 
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Will We Ever Get Along Again?

In late April, thousands of mourners said their goodbyes to Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old black man who died of a spinal cord injury while in police custody in Baltimore. It was not a peaceful day of..
Huffington Post 2 weeks ago

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Ryan Gattis: ‘I knew I’d need to tell my own story as a survivor of violence’

The novelist on winning the trust of LA gangs for his novel set during the city’s 1992 riots, and the injury that changed his own life *Ryan Gattis’s new novel, All Involved, his third, is..
guardian.co.uk 3 weeks ago
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'Law enforcement is changing': an LAPD ride-along with those on the beat

Veteran officers reflect on how they navigate shifting community dynamics in the midst of heightened scrutiny and resentment across the USRelated: LAPD's reforms since Rodney King beating offer hope..
guardian.co.uk 3 weeks ago

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MoAD’s new show expands what 'Portraits’ mean

Visitors to the Museum of the African Diaspora may enter its just-opened exhibition, “Portraits and Other Likenesses From SFMOMA,” confident of recognizing a portrait when they see one, and leave..
SFGate 3 weeks ago

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Poverty Is Missing From Story of Inner-City Violence

The events in Baltimore have saddened many, and outraged more, while missing the deeper narrative regarding the devastating effects widespread poverty has on many of our nation's inner city..
Huffington Post 3 weeks ago

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Podcast Host Discusses The Death Of Freddie Gray And Baltimore Burning

As we begin to navigate through, what will clearly be another Rodney King-esque event, Paul Viollis and legal analyst Vincent Ancona closely examine the plethora
CapitalBay 3 weeks ago

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All Involved by Ryan Gattis, book review: Blood on the streets of Los Angeles

All involved begins with a sickening act of violence. A boy, Ernesto, is walking home through Lynwood, South Central Los Angeles after a 12-hour shift at a taco truck. It's April, 1992, and the city..
Independent 3 weeks ago

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Riots and Resilience in Baltimore and Beyond

What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore -- And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over -- like a syrupy..
Huffington Post 3 weeks ago

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After Baltimore Americans say race relations bad

*As Baltimore returns to an uneasy peace after riots over the police custody death of a black man, over six in ten Americans say race relations in the US are bad, the highest percentage since 1992,..
Deccan Herald 3 weeks ago

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'The Whole World is Watching': How Ubiquitous Video Might Curb Use of Excessive Force

May 4 has loomed large on my radar every year since 1970, when Ohio National Guard troops shot and killed four young white Kent State University students and wounded nine young white students. I pulled..
Huffington Post 3 weeks ago

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Briefly Noted

All Involved, by Ryan Gattis (Ecco). This novel, set in Los Angeles in 1992, chronicles the six days of riots after the Rodney King verdict. The action takes place on the periphery, outside “active..
The New Yorker on May 4, 2015

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Baltimore PD Indictment Is One Thing, Conviction Is Another

A Maryland prosecutor has charged a Baltimore police officer with a major felony charge in the killing of an unarmed young black male who was not charged with any crime. The case has drawn intense..
Huffington Post on May 3, 2015

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Holla If You Hear Me: Baltimore, Riots, and Black Rage

In a speech given at Grosse Pointe High School entitled "The Other America," Martin Luther King Jr. speaks about race, Vietnam, and poverty. The speech was given several years after the Watts, Harlem,..
Huffington Post on May 1, 2015

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Most L.A. residents believe riots unlikely to recur, poll finds

To Rodney King's now-famous question, "Can we all just get along?" Los Angeles residents increasingly answer something like: "Probably. Sort of."
L.A. Times on May 1, 2015

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L.A. riots: 23 years later

The L.A. riots were triggered by the beating of Rodney King 23 years ago this week. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports.
CNN.com on April 30, 2015

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How Bill Clinton’s policies from 20 years ago created a criminal justice crisis that could help Hillary Clinton in 2016

When Bill Clinton ran for president in 1992, South Central Los Angeles was ablaze in response to the acquittal of four white police officers who had viciously beaten a black man named Rodney King.As..
Washington Post on April 30, 2015

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Street corner torched in L.A. riots may get new life, at long last

Twenty-three years ago, a mob fueled by rage after four Los Angeles Police Department officers were found not guilty in the beating of Rodney King torched the intersection of Vermont and Manchester..
L.A. Times on April 30, 2015

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Baltimore Is the First Big Test for Attorney General Lynch

In the days immediately before Loretta Lynch's confirmation as Attorney General, one of her advisors noted that she felt that law enforcement is good for minority communities. He went further and said..
Huffington Post on April 29, 2015


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