Tempe, AZTempe Against Police Violence
Houston, TXCommunity LEO Watch
Long Beach, CASoy Del Pueblo TV
Madison, WIPosted byMaggie Degnan
Support is growing for police abolition in Madison, particularly among the staff and student body at the University of Wisconsin. According to a survey conducted by UW’s United Faculty and Academic Staff labor union (UFAS), 57.1% of respondents indicated that police abolition is needed. The pool of respondents was 70% UFAS members and 30% graduate students at UW. UFAS represents all faculty and academic staff at the university.
Law EnforcementRevolution Radio
(CNN) — The Rev. Al Sharpton and Ben Crump are taking up their first case involving a White person who was killed after being shot during an encounter with a police officer. The civil rights leader and the high-profile attorney, who Sharpton has dubbed "Black America's Attorney general," deemed the police shooting of 17-year-old Hunter Brittain "one of the most significant" cases in the fight to push Congress for landmark police reform legislation.
Oakland, CANBC Bay Area
Public SafetyCityNews Toronto
Filmmaker and activist Ken Fero’s documentary, Ultraviolence (2020), confronts the disquieting reality of deaths of people at the hands of the UK police. Since 1969, over 2,000 people have died in custody. Fero looks beyond a number of cases to witness the unrelenting struggle for the pursuit of justice by the families of the victims.
Minneapolis, MNPosted byABC News
Darnella Frazier said Minneapolis police hit the car of her uncle, Leneal Lamont Frazier, while chasing a stolen vehicle.
SocietyOne People's Project / Idavox
New York City, NYsportsgrindentertainment.com
A former police captain who promises to be tough on crime has been declared the winner of the race to pick a Democratic candidate to be New York City’s mayor. Eric Adams, currently borough president of Brooklyn, is now likely to become the city’s second black leader. The winner of...