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The Role of the DA in Law Enforcement

Last Wednesday, August 14, six police officers in Philadelphia were wounded when the man they were trying to apprehend opened fire on them. Immediately following the shooting, a large crowd of African American people harassed the officers - charging them, throwing objects at them, yelling at them. Watching the video posted within the article on...

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August 18, 2019  Robin Kinderman
Philadelphia,Philly,police,DA,District Attorney, Larry Krassner, BLM,Black Lives Matter, anti-police rhetoric,racist
The Role of the DA in Law Enforcement

"Do Not Resist" documentary focuses on the militarization of police

“Do Not Resist,” an independent film about police militarization, aired on PBS on Monday, February 12, 2018.

While the film focused on the aftermath of the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO in 2014, it also covered various law enforcement agencies across the nation that were receiving military equipment from the...

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February 13, 2018  Robin Kinderman
militarization, police, military, equipment, federalization, BEARCAT, SWAT team, Ferguson, BLM, Black Lives Matter, St. Louis, Michael Brown, armored vehicle

BLM isn’t a national security threat?!

In an article posted on The Real News Network, reporter Sharmini Peries interviews Stephanie Llanes, a lawyer for the Center for Constitutional Rights about documents obtained from the FBI showing that they have been spying on Black Lives Matter.

Llanes explains that the FBI is claiming that BLM has a tendency to be violent. She claims...

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December 3, 2017  Robin Kinderman
BLM, Black lives matter, black panther party, J. Edgar Hoover, FBI, national security threat, investigation
BLM isn’t a national security threat?!

"Baltimore Rising" documentary: good or bad?

Scheduled to air nation-wide on HBO Nov.20 is the documentary “Baltimore Rising”. Directed by “The Wire” actress Sonja Sohn, the story focuses on the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray. The trailor highlights the changes within the police force, the failure of the media to accurately cover the problems in the black...

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November 15, 2017  Robin Kinderman
Baltimore, Baltimore Rising, black lives matter, Freddie Grey, BLM
"Baltimore Rising" documentary: good or bad?

BLM just won’t give up...

In between the stories about the Las Vegas shooting and hurricanes incessantly beating the southern border, Black Lives Matter is still causing problems.

A recent FBI study has shown what many of us have known for a while now – The Ferguson Effect, aka “de-policing”, is directly related to an increase in crime. This...

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October 3, 2017  Robin Kinderman
BLM, black lives matter, ferguson effect, de-policing
BLM just won’t give up...

The war on police makes their job even tougher

In a video posted on the Detroit News, Ki’Juan Anderson, an African-American police officer for and member of the Detroit Police Gang Intelligence Unit, talks about how difficult this past year has been with the war on cops and Black Lives Matter.

“We’re not denying, there have been mistakes on both sides all around the...

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August 27, 2017  Robin Kinderman
ar on Cops, Black Lives Matter, blm, detroit, social media
The war on police makes their job even tougher

Antifa includes "The Thin Blue Line" in list of fascist symbols/groups

The Thin Blue Line flag – a national symbol of police support – has joined the list of symbols Antifa deems as “fascist.”

This past Saturday, August 19, a “free speech” rally was held in Boston in protest of the riots in Charlottesville, SC. Of course anti-protestors showed up, which included Black...

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August 21, 2017  Robin Kinderman
antif, anit-fascist, fascism, dictorial, dictator, autocratic, autocracy, boston, free speech, rally, riots, Charlottesville, police, thin blue line, blue lives matter, blm, black lives matter
Antifa includes

BLM is a struggle to save our Democracy?

If you’re looking for a movie that might raise your blood pressure, you’ll want to check out “Whose Streets?”, a film documenting how the death of Michael Brown forced a community to come together and take action. The main purpose of the film is to show that the people who participated in the protests and riots following...

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July 25, 2017  Robin Kinderman
ferguson, michael brown, blm, black lives matter, democracy, republic
BLM is a struggle to save our Democracy?

BLM supporters feel insulted by "Support Police" sticker

Orland Park, a suburb of Chicago, is receiving criticism for having “Orland Park Supports Police” on their vehicle stickers. The stickers are required for motorists, and in the past, have featured the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War and their local Lions Club.

The author of the article states that many people are offended...

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June 29, 2017  Robin Kinderman
Black Lives Matter, blm, chicago police, police lives matter
BLM supporters feel insulted by

BLM, ACLU & NAACP push for Civilian Review Board

The city of Bloomington-Normal, IL may soon be getting a Civilian Review Board, according to an article posted on pantagraph.com.

The Bloomington chapters of the NAACP, ACLU and Black Lives Matter, along with others, are pushing to make it happen, claiming that another set of eyes is needed to keep police accountable. They go on to say...

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June 21, 2017  Robin Kinderman
aclu, naacp, blm, black lives matter, civilian review board
BLM, ACLU & NAACP push for Civilian Review Board

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