The death of Trayvon Martin and the sentencing of his killer, George Zimmerman was extremely controversial; and then pressure from that erupted down the road when Michael Brown was killed by police officer Darren Wilson, sparking riots and protests around the country and on college campuses, and effectively throwing Baltimore into and ongoing state of civil unrest.
What exactly doesn't "white" America get? I agree there are a lot of things I "don't get.
May 12, · Police brutality is a preventable cause of death that does not burden all racial groups equally. That is clear. When stories like that of Jordan Edwards make the morning news, we should force. Racism and Police Brutality in America Cassandra Chaney & Ray V. Robertson Published online: 12 January (CRT) to our current discussion. Lastly, we will provide a conceptual framework that integrates racism, police brutal-ity, and the CRT on which this study is built. Sep 26, · It is not that the police harbor more racism than the rest of America, but rather that racism across society, including within our police departments and system of .
Why is it then that I don't need to lock my doors? Why is it nobody has been burglarized, beaten or murdered in our community? The far left moon bat reasoning is beyond fucked on this issue. Let me tell you why. The parents of those in my neighborhood instilled values in their children.
They were taught right from wrong with sometimes harshly delivered "beatings. But sometimes it is better to beat the shit out of someone so the cops don't shoot them dead in the street at a later date.
I heard the beatings some of my childhood friends received, holy fuck! Personally I wasn't beaten. I received a few well deserved paddlings. But I was told in no uncertain terms if you ever mess with someone else's property you may end up shot. Get caught roaming around where you don't belong after dark, you may get fucking shot.
And if you get caught doing what you weren't supose to be. After the law got done with you, your dad was going to deal with you. And you will wish you were shot. Don't give me the poor shit either. I lived and some pretty poor areas in my time. Never been robbed, never been bothered period.
Hung with homeless on the beach, no problem there either. And you don't get more destitute than homeless. Oh, I should add. We have one back family in our neighborhood.
And since they took up residence nothing has changed. So I'm not inclined to believe black people are somehow destined to be criminals. They are like the rest of us and want to live peaceful civilized lives. Ever notice the first thing someone does if given the chance, they move the fuck away from those places, Why?
Because they know the mentality is what needs changing, not just the economic situation.May 12, · Police brutality is a preventable cause of death that does not burden all racial groups equally. That is clear. When stories like that of Jordan Edwards make the morning news, we should force.
The author claims that the 8 horrible truths about police brutality and racism n America are: 1. Darren Wilson was trained to kill and did. 2. Police brutality is the abuse of authority by the unwarranted infliction of excessive force by personnel involved in law enforcement while performing their official duties.
The term is also applied to abuses by corrections personnel in municipal, state and federal penal facilities including military prisons.. While the term police brutality is usually applied in the context of causing physical.
Racism and Police Brutality in America. Authors; Authors and affiliations (CRT) to our current discussion. Lastly, we will provide a conceptual framework that integrates racism, police brutality, and the CRT on which this study is built.
These narratives varied from a more general or macro discussion of police officers of “purveyors. Black Americans are more than twice as likely as white Americans to be killed by police officers.
1 Researchers agree that racism almost certainly plays a role in that disparity. Sep 26, · It is not that the police harbor more racism than the rest of America, but rather that racism across society, including within our police departments and system of .