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By Shane Dixon Kavanaugh Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly credited the controversial stop-and-frisk tactic for helping to push New York’s crime rate to record lows. In a television interview, New York’s top cop defended his department’s use of the crimefighting tool and … Continue reading
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During desperate times desperate measures are taken. These are desperate times. This reminds me of a Thich Nhat Hanh quote, ” “Hope is important because it can make the present moment less difficult to bear. If we believe that tomorrow will be better, we can bear … Continue reading
An excellent commentary by Renay Patterson-Scott on an issue that we need to demand a change in. Race-Talk » Blog Archive » The war on drugs is an unconstitutional war on African-Americans.
This should be of great concern not just for African-Americans but all of us.Technology used improperly or without regard is very dangerous. Who guards the guardians? Blacks may bear brunt of new police data capture technology.
What a story!! Ms. Newman saw a potential abuse of power, made an inquiry after the person was arrested, and she gets arrested in turn. Where was the public service? If the arrest was following law and process why would the officers … Continue reading
”Hunting” immigrants? This is a very disturbing development and a potentially dangerous escalation of the immigration issue. Joe Arpaio with this initiative has again added to a list of human and constitutional rights violations under the guise of fighting crime. Joe Arpaio Launches “Air … Continue reading
The Innocence Project has successfully proven that Phillip Bivens and Bobby Ray Dixon did not commit. How many others are serving prison time for crimes they did not commit? How many others were coerced to admit to crimes by police detectives who … Continue reading
Black people seem to always appear committing crimes, but we are never really seen as victims. I cannot say if the crimes committed against us are not as vigorously investigated and prosecuted as those we commit. I will say thought it … Continue reading
Dr. Boyce Watkin’s commentary brings up an interesting point. Since his eloquent address as a candidate, President Obama has not exactly been as declarative on civil rights issues since taking the oath of office. I wonder is it because his … Continue reading