Policing the Police

Community Control Of the Police with Pan-African Community Action (PACA)

Pan-African Community Action (PACA) is part of a historic and global movement for Pan-Africanism, or the liberation and unification of Africa, and of African people on the continent and in the diaspora, under the economic system of scientific socialism. As part of the Pan-African movement, PACA is a grassroots group of African/Black people organizing for community-based power. Pan-African Community Action (PACA) https://pacapower.org Subscribe to and JOIN BPM! https://blackpowermedia.org Dr. Jared Ball https://imixwhatilike.org @imixwhatilike

Police Can Seize Guns From Your Home W/O A Warrant?: Red Flag Laws Head to the Supreme Court

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Lori Lightfoot Spent $280M of Relief Money on POLICE

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Minneapolis To Spend MILLIONS On Police After Defund Movement FAILS!

Minneapolis City Council approved a measure to spend $6.4 million dollars on recruiting new police officers. The move essentially signals the failure of the “defund the police” movement that started after the death of George Floyd in the summer of 2020… (CONTINUE READING / SOURCES: http://bit.ly/3djYpT6) ––––––––––––––––––––––– 🌐 MY WEBSITE: https://www.anthonyblogan.com 🧢 MERCH: http://anthonyblogan.com/store 🇺🇸 WOODEN FLAGS: https://www.bhedesigns.com/ABL ––––––––––––––––––––––– 📲 Donate Through PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/ablogan 📲 Donate Through CashApp: $ABL100 📲 Become a Sponsor on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/anthonyblogan ▶️ JOIN THE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu8ebUHoKbhVY0tavNdhwvw/join ––––––––––––––––––––––– 🔊 PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/an...

Black Cop Dies By Suicide After Speaking Out About Racism And Policing

A Louisiana sheriff’s deputy died by suicide on Monday after recording and posting to social media videos of himself condemning institutionalized racism and describing his struggle as a Black law enforcement officer in a system that he says condones police brutality against Black people. Lafayette Parish Deputy Clyde Kerr III, 43, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, according to a preliminary coroner’s report. He was outside the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office, according to Capt. John Mowell. Kerr became a deputy in 2015, Mowell said. He was a New Orleans native, Army veteran and father of two boys. If You Would Like To Support the Show Thank Youhttps://cash.app/$Informationman06 Subscribe To My SECOND Channel Information Man Show As Well Thank You:htt...

Police Who Detained A Women And 4 Under Age Children At Gunpoint Sued Under New Colorado Law

A Black woman and four children who were held at gunpoint when Aurora police officers mistakenly thought they were in a stolen vehicle sued the city of Aurora, Chief Vanessa Wilson and five police officers Monday, alleging the officers had no legal grounds for their actions. Video of the Aug. 2 incident shows the children ages 6, 12, 14 and 17 laying face-down in a parking lot and screaming in fear as police handcuffed the 12-year-old and 17-year-old after officers ordered everyone out of the SUV at gunpoint. One officer attempted to handcuff the 6-year-old girl as well, according to the lawsuit, but the handcuffs were “too big to fit around her wrists.” If You Would Like To Support the Show Thank Youhttps://cash.app/$Informationman06 Subscribe To My SECOND Channel Information Man Show As ...

Mass Action Podcast: The Rise and Defeat of Radical Reconstruction by Brian Taylor

Presentation given on Feb 5, 2021 on the Rise and Defeat of Radical Reconstruction and its political significance today by Cincinnati protest leader and organizer Brian Taylor from the Cincinnati Anti- Police Brutality Coalition.

Ending Legal Protections for Killer Cops Starts Now

Maryland: Not As Progressive As Advertised. The first state in the nation to pass a Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights (LEOBR) back in 1974, now has a real shot of weakening the law which has protected many murderous officers from prosecution. In the 2021 Maryland legislative session, there are multiple bills pending that could provide a glimmer of accountability for the families of victims of police brutality. Kim talks to MD Delegate Gabriel Acevero who introduced legislation to repeal the LEOBR in the House, and he tells us why these actions are so necessary for his constituents. Later in the show, journalists Taya Graham and Stephen Janis join to discuss their groundbreaking documentary, “The Friendliest Town”. This compelling tale chronicles what happened to a Black police...

A police chief tried to stop the drug war—then they came for him

In this episode of the Police Accountability Report, we tell the story of Kelvin Sewell, the first Black police chief of Pocomoke City, a small town on Maryland’s Lower Eastern Shore. When Sewell tried to fight back against a notorious drug unit that was raiding his town and wreaking havoc in the Black community, both he and the people he served faced devastating consequences. Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and making a small donation: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-yt Sign up for our newsletter: hhttps://therealnews.com/sign-up-yt Like us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnews Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

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