Sacramento Police Beats Black Man for Jaywalking – Video

Police Brutality has not stopped, although it's not front and center in the news these days. The Sacramento Police Department on Tuesday announced a formal investigation into the actions of one of their officers who was seen slamming a black man to the ground and beating him — all sparked by an alleged case of jaywalking, NBCNews reports. The video, released Monday, has sparked national outrage. It shows the officer confronting the man, identified as Nandi Cain Jr., as he crossed an intersection...

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Black Charlotte Officer Cries When Questioned by Protesters – PIC

The question was a simple one, but it caused a reaction on the Charlotte officer that caused the photo below to go viral. What was the question? Was the job worth more than the Black lives killed?   Black Charlotte cop crying after protesters ask whether the job was worth the Black lives killed… #KeithLamontScott pic.twitter.com/9WAz6LqtDl — Sāvion (@SavionWright) September 21, 2016  

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Charlotte Police Chief Will Not Release Police Video of Keith Lamont Scott’s Killing – Video

So much for transparency. After yet another police shooting of yet another black man, this time in Charlotte North Carolina, the chief of police decided to keep the video showing the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott a secret. Asked by CNN's Wolf Blitzer why he chose not to release the video, Chief Kerr Putney said that releasing the video was "not the transparency" he's speaking of. Then he had the nerve to compare Lamont's killing to "domestic violence and sexual assault." Well, um, what...

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Black Veteran Dies in Custody as Cops Accused Him of Faking his Injury

Elliott Williams, a 37 year old veteran who suffered with mental illness, was taken into custody in Tulsa County Oklahoma. He somehow suffered a broken neck while in custody and spent the last five days of his life in torment as his captors relentlessly taunted him and accused him of faking his injuries before he died. At one point, jailers dumped Williams’s limp body into a shower and left him there for an hour. The dying inmate “would not stand up but we did give him a shower anyway,”...

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The Urgency of King’s Message: Forty Eight Years and Counting

I think I've found a new, potent source of energy; Martin Luther King, Jr. spinning in his grave over the state of race relations in the country and on the presidential election trail. All we need to do is tap into it and we can power our devices for the foreseeable future. Unfortunately, it won't do much for our national soul. In the 48 years since his untimely and tragic death, King's legacy has been begged, borrowed and stolen by those who believe they knew his intentions and by those who wanted...

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Police Tackles Teenager For Attempting to Use ATM Machine – Video

Well, he had to be tackled! Apparently, he does not have the right to use an ATM machine! On Monday, D.C. Metropolitan Police converged on 18-year-old Jason Goolsby as he stood outside of a bank on Pennsylvania Ave. Goolsby, who was with two friends, ran as the cop cars approached him. Several blocks away, police detained him. Footage of the event — shot by one of Goolsby’s friends — shows officers two officers pressing the teen into the ground while wrangling his arms behind...

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Black Woman Beaten and Arrested for Filming White Cops – Video

Her husband was getting arrested, so like anyone else with a cellphone, she turned on her camera and began recording the arrest when the two white officers in Jacksonville Florida, suddenly became afraid for their lives and decided to attack her and her cellphone to save their lives. “I was beaten, and then falsely arrested, my phone was stolen, my car was taken. It was a traumatic experience," Kelli Wilson said of her unintended encounter with the cops. "It was definitely an experience you never...

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