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The Global Fight in Criminal Justice Must Be Won

Posted 01/26/2015

As we unite hand-in-hand across the Atlantic, let us come together knowing that what we do is not based on hate, but based on love for our respective nations and citizens.

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Beware of Using Extremists to Settle Old Political Agendas

Posted 01/12/2015

This cowardly act against freedom of speech and freedom of expression is reprehensible to all sane people, but sadly, some have used it to exacerbate their already biased views.

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You Can Turn Your Back, But You Can’t Turn Back Time

Posted 12/29/2014

America is not going backwards on these issues; we are going forward. And you ought to get in step with where we are headed as a nation together.

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It’s Been a Long Time Coming, But Permanent Change Is Within Our Grasp

Posted 12/15/2014

If we do not get distracted or deterred, substantive change and police accountability will prevail. It is our job to remain focused and firm in our resolve. In the words of the late great Sam Cooke, it’s been a long time coming, but a change is gonna come.

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Marching for Congressional Action on Police Brutality

Posted 12/8/2014

Do not be silent. Do not be complacent. Do not continue to live with police misconduct and violence as somehow acceptable. We are not anti-police; we are anti-police-brutality. And today we challenge Congress to follow in the president’s footsteps and take legislative action to protect us, the citizens.

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Sustained Indignation

Posted 12/1/2014
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Sustained Indignation

Posted 12/1/2014

Change is undeniably hard. Progress is not an exercise in expediency. But if you are committed, then you will understand that you have no choice but to keep going not to see if you will win, but until you win.

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Misuse of a Grand Jury

Posted 11/17/2014

When there are enough witnesses who say Officer Darren Wilson acted improperly, then why not go to trial, allow both sides to present evidence and make their case, and then let that jury determine Wilson’s guilt or innocence?

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A Rose Among the Thorns

Posted 11/10/2014
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