Tag Archives: Police Violence

Mike Davis :
A week in the death of Alfred Olongo: This
is a journal

In El Cajon, long histories of racial and anti-immigrant violence have fused together in a matrix of fanatical Christian conservatism. By Mike Davis | The Rag Blog | October 25, 2015 (Wednesday, September 28) Alfred Olongo, a 38-year-old Ugandan refugee … finish reading Mike Davis :
A week in the death of Alfred Olongo: This
is a journal

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Jeff Shero Nightbyrd :
Should we disarm the police?

A policeman who kills becomes prosecutor, judge, and executioner without facts and a trial. By Jeff Shero Nightbyrd | The Rag Blog | July 15, 2016 Five policemen were assassinated in Dallas. No surprise. In America on average 25 blacks … finish reading Jeff Shero Nightbyrd :
Should we disarm the police?

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Alice Embree :
METRO | Race and police in Austin

Hundreds of concerned citizens gathered and directed questions about police violence to Mayor Adler and the Austin Police Department. Video filmed and posted to YouTube by Travis County Democratic Party volunteer Robert Sheldon. This is the first of five parts. … finish reading Alice Embree :
METRO | Race and police in Austin

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Harry Targ :
The forms of violence and the meanings
of Ferguson

From police violence to economic despair, to lack of political representation, to cultural rationales for state violence, the basic characteristics of American society are uncovered. By Harry Targ | The Rag Blog | August 21, 2014 In addressing violence, researchers, … finish reading Harry Targ :
The forms of violence and the meanings
of Ferguson

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