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More Proof Don Lemon Is An Asshole, CNN Host Says 'We Need To Know More' Before Judging School Cop Who Manhandled Teen Girl - Clutch Magazine

More Proof Don Lemon Is An Asshole, CNN Host Says 'We Need To Know More' Before Judging School Cop Who Manhandled Teen Girl - Clutch Magazine

Ferguson police department: The economic incentives that make cops harass black residents.

How Ferguson Highlights the Dangers of For-Profit Policing

Ferguson police department: The economic incentives that make cops harass black residents.

Demonstrators march down 20th Ave S for the 13th Annual May Day March for Workers and Immigrant Rights. In the spirit of unity and solidarity with communities across the country, organizers in Seattle will focus on a universal theme: standing together with all workers regardless of race, class, gender. (Photo by Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)

Demonstrators march down 20th Ave S for the 13th Annual May Day March for Workers and Immigrant Rights. In the spirit of unity and solidarity with communities across the country, organizers in Seattle will focus on a universal theme: standing together with all workers regardless of race, class, gender. (Photo by Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)

Almost twice as many preschoolers are killed by guns as are cops

Almost twice as many preschoolers are killed by guns as are cops

Pick of the week: A buzzy new film tackles race in America

Pick of the week: A buzzy new film tackles race in America

"Fruitvale Station" turns the shooting of a black man by a white cop into a rich fable of American life

Writer-director Paul Haggis interweaves several connected stories about race, class, family and gender in Los Angeles in the aftermath of 9/11. Characters include a district attorney (Brendan Fraser) and his casually prejudiced wife (Sandra Bullock), dating police detectives Graham (Don Cheadle) and Ria (Jennifer Esposito), a victimized Middle Eastern store owner and a wealthy African-American couple (Terrence Dashon Howard, Thandie Newton) humiliated by a racist traffic cop (Matt Dillon).

Writer-director Paul Haggis interweaves several connected stories about race, class, family and gender in Los Angeles in the aftermath of 9/11. Characters include a district attorney (Brendan Fraser) and his casually prejudiced wife (Sandra Bullock), dating police detectives Graham (Don Cheadle) and Ria (Jennifer Esposito), a victimized Middle Eastern store owner and a wealthy African-American couple (Terrence Dashon Howard, Thandie Newton) humiliated by a racist traffic cop (Matt Dillon).

Oregon Cyclist Says Cops Beat And Tasered Him For Biking While Black

Oregon Cyclist Says Cops Beat And Tasered Him For Biking While Black

How to Find Your Calling: 7 Beliefs to Change Right Now | Tama Kieves

How to Find Your Calling: 7 Beliefs to Change Right Now

How to Find Your Calling: 7 Beliefs to Change Right Now | Tama Kieves

Lawyer: Store didn't call cops on Missouri Teen

Lawyer: Store didn't call cops on Missouri Teen

"What the cops want, on some level, is to believe their version of the world, that black people are dangerous." By Matthew Salesses

#Ferguson Cops Want to Believe They Are Right, Not Racist -

"What the cops want, on some level, is to believe their version of the world, that black people are dangerous." By Matthew Salesses

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