With a White House openly hostile to civil and human rights, AND a NYC administration that claims to be progressive but fights tooth and nail to preserve police secrecy and protect officers who kill or abuse from accountability, now more than ever, the movement for police accountability needs your support. With your help, in 2019 we can continue to fight for real NYPD accountability and build our work to reduce reliance on police - so our communities can be safe from police abuse and violence.
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Over a Hundred Families and Organizations Join Police Reform Advocates in Urging State Legislators to Fully Repeal Police Secrecy Law 50-a
It's Time for an Independent Investigation: Outrage Over NYPD's Failure to Hold Officers Accountable for Brutally Attacking and Arresting Jazmine Headley
Families of Eric Garner and Delrawn Small Slam Mayor de Blasio’s Press Secretary for Racist Comments About “Fringe Activists” Criticizing the NYPD, and Demand Immediate Apology Today
Police Reform Advocates Demand Justice for Jazmine Headley, Calling for Her Immediate Release from Rikers Island, and the Firing of All NYPD and HRA Officers Who Brutally Attacked and Arrested Her
The NYPD can’t stop spying on completely legal, constitutionally-protected activities. #BlackLivesMatter… https://t.co/31TPhlGpwc
January 17, 2019 - 3:54pm
RT @NYCLU: In 2014, #BlackLivesMatter activists noticed their cell phones losing reception or completely turning off during p… https://t.co/52RaFyAOiU
January 17, 2019 - 3:37pm