I don’t care that Kim Potter, the police officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright during a car stop, has resigned. I don’t care that Police Chief Tim Gannon stepped down either. I’m still enraged, because wright didn’t have to die. It happened Sunday in BrooklynCenter, Minnesota—a suburb just 10 miles from the Minneapolis courthouse where former officer Derek Chauvin…

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Saturday marked the one-year anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s death at the hands of Louisville police. It was a senseless death—one that showed Black Lives simply don’t matter. The cops allegedly lied to get a no-knock warrant to bust into her apartment that night, even though she was a medical worker with no criminal record. But…

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March 3rd. That’s when the House passed the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. If approved by the senate and signed by the president, it will hold cops accountable for abusing people in the name of law and order. March 3rd is significant because on that date, the first videotaped police beating of a Black…

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What must we do to get justice? That’s what I’m asking after the Kenosha Wisconsin D.A. failed to charge a white cop for shooting a Black man in the back.  The victim, Jacob Blake, had been trying to break up an argument between two women, and as he walked back to his vehicle, Kenosha police…

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I’m glad the city of Louisville agreed to pay Breonna Taylor’s family $12 million dollars. Months after Taylor was killed by police in her own home. It’s the largest settlement ever paid in the killing of a black woman by police. And as  Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said of Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, “I cannot…

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Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner forced 31 people out at the District Attorney’s office, prompting criticism from some and celebration from others. In an exclusive interview with Praise 107.9 FM host and Daily News columnist Solomon Jones, Krasner explained his motivations. “We did it because this is an office in need of culture change,” Krasner…

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