Racist Police Brutality Part I: History of The American Police State

[Because I want to give important elements of this issue the attention they deserve, this will be a two-part series on racist police brutality in the United States. This article will address the history, role and sociopolitical function of American police as they relate to Black people. The second article will explore traditional methods we’ve used to confront police brutality, and offer new or alternative ┬áideas. ] With the escalation and reemergence of racist police brutality┬áin the United States, the media, civil rights groups, and concerned Black citizens find themselves discussing and organizing to confront the American terrorist police state. … Continue reading Racist Police Brutality Part I: History of The American Police State