Shouldn't think so - It's more likely that police brutality is caused by racism.
Yes. One week after the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case, President Obama has finally given his first major policy resp once to the protests from Ferguson and beyond over racial profiling and police brutality. At a meeting with activists and officials from all around the country (and probably world), Obama unveiled a process go try to address what he called "simmering to dust".
On the policy front, Obama announced a new task force to come up with concrete steps for building public trust in police forces nationwide. Obama announced a 263 million dollar (can't find the dollar symbol) community policies g initiative, which includes 75 million (still cant find the dollar symbol) for body cameras.
I think it would be more accurate to say that police brutality is a symptom of racism, not the cause. Though it certainly doesn't help the situation. The roots of racism go back much, much further, and it's going to take an active effort from everyone to get away from it.
by deecoleworld 3 years ago
What are your thoughts on Police Brutality? Especially about the recent death of Walter Scott
by Ralph Deeds 5 years ago
Is police brutality increasing? 12 recent shocking examples from AlterNet:http://www.alternet.org/police-brutalit … 98&t=7
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
police force is an exaggeration, even a form of self defense against the more contentious elements of American society or do you contend that there IS police brutality, especially relating to those designated as minorities and/or the disadvantaged and/or disenfranchised?
by Dianna Taylor Fobbs 3 years ago
With some of the shootings coming from the police lately I really don't know how i feel especially coming from a police family. My father, uncles, some aunts are and were policemen. It really is getting bad
by realtalk247 3 years ago
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) reported — An unarmed18-year-old black man was shot and killed by a suburban St. Louis police officer was unarmed. Several protesters were angry that Brown's body remained on the street for hours after the killing. Brown was a 2014 Normandy High School graduate who was to...
by Dianna Taylor Fobbs 3 years ago
Why do we insist on sweeping police brutality under the rug like it's an isolated incidentsWe insist that these are isolated incidents or something that isn't on a large scale. Why? If they were shooting little Timothy of the suburbs it would not longer be considered on a small...
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