Month: November 2014

Police Brutality and the Black Community: We’re All Accountable

To say I was surprised by the verdict of “no indictment” of Darren Wilson, the police officer who killed Michael Brown, would be a lie, but I still had hope for a different outcome. One in which the police officer would have at least been charged with excessive force, or where the police department took some responsibility for the actions of one of their own or lastly, a scene from Ferguson, MO, that does not resemble a throwback picture from the Civil Rights movement.

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