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Black Alliance For Peace Revives Black Anti-War Tradition (Pt 1/2)

Black Alliance For Peace Revives Black Anti-War Tradition

April 18, 2019
The US has been at war in the Middle East for 28 years, starting with Operation Desert Storm in Iraq, then into Afghanistan, Syria, and now we are learning of military bases, operations, and troops in African nations    
Cop Caught on Camera Assaulting a Pizza Worker, City Won't Say if He's Still on the Force

Cop Caught on Camera Assaulting a Pizza Worker, City Won’t Say if He’s Still on the Force

April 5, 2019

Despite promise of reforms the Baltimore Police Department continues to keep personal records secret, even when an officer is convicted of a crime

Kazakh police raid raises spectre of China’s long arm

Kazakh police raid raises spectre of China’s long arm

March 10, 2019

By James M. Dorsey A podcast version of this story is available on Soundcloud, Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn and Tumblr A police raid on a Kazakh group documenting the plight of Kazakhs and Uyghurs caught in a brutal crackdown in China’s north-western province of Xinjiang is about more than a government seeking to please Beijing…

Police Investigating Themselves Leads to Predictable Results

Police Investigating Themselves Leads to Predictable Results

February 27, 2019

A deeper look at how police influence investigations into in-custody deaths, and what activists are trying to do to reform it. A discussion between Jacqueline Luqman, Stephen Janis, and Taya Graham

Will Militarizing Schools Make Them Safer?

Will Militarizing Schools Make Them Safer?

February 25, 2019

America’s deadliest city grapples with violence, poverty, and the legacy of institutional racism

Draft Bill for Hopkins Private Armed Police Force Already Drawing Backlash

Draft Bill for Hopkins Private Armed Police Force Already Drawing Backlash

January 30, 2019

One state senator says the proposal amounts to “a private occupying force.”

Baltimore Rejects Plan to Arm School Police During School Day

Baltimore Rejects Plan to Arm School Police During School Day

January 23, 2019

The Baltimore school board rejected the proposal amid heated debate. Meanwhile, we get a response to an ACLU and NAACP-LDF letter demanding Maryland adequately fund Baltimore schools

Since Decriminalization, 96% of People Arrested for Weed in Baltimore Are Black

January 18, 2019

Journalist Brandon Soderberg and 34-year police veteran Neill Franklin discuss “Structural Racism and Cannabis: Black Baltimoreans still disproportionately arrested for weed after decriminalization.”

Why Would Saudi Arabia Support the 9/11 Conspirators, Why Would the US Gov. Cover it Up? - Sen. Graham on Reality Asserts Itself pt3

Reality Asserts Itself – Bob Graham

January 8, 2019
Former Senator Bob Graham, co-chair of the 2002 Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/11, believes that the Saudi government “had a high and what has thus far turned out to be credible expectation that their role” in 9/11 “would not be exposed” by the U.S. government.  – a REPLAY of a 2013 interview by Paul Jay