Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez’ Family Demand Justice 9 Years After Murder

By Justice for José Antonio Collective. -

Since the night of October 10, 2012, Taide Elena and Araceli Rodriguez have traveled a long road to access justice for Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez. The road has not been easy. On three [...]

Chicago Police Assaulted Children, Got Away With Murders

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By Sarah Lazare for AlterNet - In a September 2014 report prepared for the United Nations Committee Against Torture, a grassroots effort called We Charge Genocide documented that, “Young people [...]

To Stop Police Murders, Block Ability Of State To Govern

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By Staff of It’s Going Down - 1,152. That’s the total amount of people that were killed by American law enforcement in 2016. Every day over the last several years, on average, over 3 people are [...]

What Police Videos Teach Us About Wars

By David Swanson, -

By David Swanson for World Beyond War - Before people had an easy way to see video footage of police murders, headlines crediting the police with just and noble actions couldn’t be effectively [...]

Anti-Police Brutality Group Spreads Awareness With Laughter

By Ashoka Jegroo, -

One of New York City’s most active anti-police brutality groups now uses stand-up comedy as well as direct action to raise consciousness. On April 11, the group “NYC Shut It Down” held an [...]

Ferguson Protesters Set Ground Rules For Police

By Jackson Maricana, -

A coalition of nearly 50 groups who have been protesting in Ferguson, Missouri since the shooting of the unarmed African American teen, Michael Brown, have issued a list of demands to law [...]

In Ferguson Justice Is What Comes After Grand Jury

By Tony Messenger, -

What does justice look like? The answers from Ms Bynes and Mr Russell were profound. Neither one of them talked about putting Officer Wilson in jail, as much as they might think that’s a [...]

‘Day After’ Ferguson Grand Jury Plans Announced For DC

By Salim Adofo, -

#DCFerguson will hold a rally, 7pm at Mt. Vernon Square in Washington DC, the "day after" if the grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri, does not indict Officer Darren Wilson for the murder of [...]

The Day After The Ferguson Grand Jury FILL THE STREETS

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Larry Hamm, one of the great local organizers of our times, puts the killing of Michael Brown in historic context dating back to the slave trade, as well as in the context of the unfair economy. [...]

Black Is Back Coalition Marches In Washington, DC

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From Ferguson to Mexico, Iraq to New York, D.C. to Honduras, and beyond, let us together honor the memories of those killed by the police and military on this Day of the Dead. The Black is [...]

Riots, Clashes In France After Activist Killed By Police

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Another anti-police brutality protest turned violent in the French city of Rennes, with masked youths and police engaging in running street battles. The unrest follows the death of a young [...]

Ferguson and Beyond – Next Steps to End Police Brutality

This edition of Clearing The FOG Radio, co-hosted by Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, focuses on where the movement against police abuse is going. With the decision of the grand jury possible [...]

The New York Times Assassinates Michael Brown

By Margaret Kimberly, -

Eighteen year old Michael Brown man was shot to death by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri on August 9, 2014. Because the people of Ferguson rose up in protest, his death did not [...]

Uniting To Transform US Policing

By Kevin Zeese, -

Throughout the nation the issue of police brutality, including killings of unarmed people, is a common problem. It is part of a criminal enforcement system that has pitted police against people [...]

#DCFerguson Calls For Radical Police Reform

By Kymone Freeman, -

#DC Ferguson put forward a three-part agenda before the City Council: - One, we need to have the Office of Police Complaints empowered with the power to indict officers for misconduct. [...]

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