Tag: Los Angeles

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Black men shot by Los Angeles police detail how they were falsely accused of murder

Robert Pickett and Darryl Lewis, two men who were allegedly racially profiled in Inglewood, California by a police officer four years ago, are seeking justice after the incident nearly cost them their lives. According to The Huffington Post, Pickett and Lewis arrived at the home of Pickett’s cousin in May 2011 when Officer Mike Bolliger responded to a report of two armed potential […]

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Angelenos take center stage at first ever Politicon, building movement to stop police violence

Los Angeles based organizations including Dignity and Power Now, Black Lives Matter LA, and the ACLU of Southern California will be joining the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights in a Politicon event hosted and moderated by Tourè this Saturday in order to highlight how the families of the victims of police brutality are the ones leading the charge for change, introduce the key players, and encourage people to join the fight.