Jen Psaki is considering executive session on police reform
Sen. Smith said while she supports police reform, she thinks the amendment would worsen a “dysfunctional” city government structure.
The National Urban League is on a Heartland Tour to promote police reform in different cities through its 21 Pillars for Redefining Public Safety and Restoring Community Trust. President and CEO Marc Morial explains why the grassroots effort is so important.
The National Urban League is on a “Heartland Tour” to promote police reform in different cities through its “21 Pillars for Redefining Public Safety and Restoring Community Trust.” President and CEO Marc Morial explains why the grassroots effort is so important.Zerlina.: Incisive and timely coverage of politics and current events, through in-depth conversations that unpack the latest developments in this era’s breakneck news cycle and draw back the curtain on their real-world consequences. Watch it on The Choice channel on Peacock TV, weeknights, 6 p.m. ET.Subscribe to this channel for more.http://peacocktv.com#PoliceReform #NationalUrbanLeague #HeartlandTour
100 Years of Police Reform in Cleveland (1922 – 2022)
Newly proposed legislation seeks to bring sweeping reforms to the way police in New York carry out law enforcement, including making the use of force a ‘last resort.’
NBC News political director Chuck Todd railed against President Biden and White House amid the Democrat infighting over the two trillion-dollar spending bills being debated on Capitol Hill.
Rashad Richey talks police reform and defunding police with Brandon Tatum of The Officer Tatum and The Tatum Report. Rashad Richey displays a total disconnection from the reality of what officers face and the perilous and precarious position police officers are put in in the line of duty.
Former Mayor Kasim Reed speaks on crime and police reform in Atlanta.
Cory Booker highlights how his neighborhood, constituents, and personal experiences fuel his passion to make changes in criminal and police reform.RELATED: https://youtu.be/XTENrRm1tH4When a jury convicted Derek Chauvin of murdering George Floyd in Minneapolis, the decision carried a sense of optimism – and relief – that justice had been served. But six months later, the talks have fallen apart and the United States is no closer to having federal policing legislation, something Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., told USA TODAY was “very disappointing” during a stroll last week in his neighborhood in Newark, where he was served as mayor before being elected to the Senate. » Subscribe to USA TODAY: http://bit.ly/1xa3XAh» Watch more on this and other topics from USA TODAY: https://bit.ly/3ja8151» USA TODAY delivers current local and national news, sports, entertainment, finance, technology, and more through award-winning journalism, photos, videos and VR.#PoliceReform #NewJersey #Politics
“In Conversation with Dr. Raymond A. Winbush, Ph.D.” Director of the Institute for Urban Research Morgan State University MD Too many Black leaders (elected, appointed or anointed) have opted for access to power, rather than challenging or seeking to hold actual power. Too many have opted merely for a ?piece of the pie? rather than building the institutional and community-based capacity to question the baker and determine how the pie will be sliced. So today most of the Black leadership passively acquiesces to the calculated marginalization of the Black electorate by the Democratic Party. We invite Dr. Ray Winbush to join us to talk about the issues on the landscape of Black life and community – the demand for chattel slavery reparations, voter suppression, police reform because it seems the Biden administration has big dreams but no heart to claim them. Dr. Winbush is a research professor and the Director of the Institute for Urban Research. As a scholar and activist, he is known for his systems-thinking approaches to understanding the impact of racism/white supremacy on the global African community. Author, The Warrior Method :: Should America Pay? :: Belinda’s Petition :: This Week’s “WORD UP” Segment ::: Professor Dr. John Henrik Clarke Excerpt of discussion of great men of color from history. Call_In & Listen Line: 347-838-9852 “Transforming Truth to Power, One Broadcast At a Time” Support OUR COMMON GROUND visit our website. Follow us on FB and Twitter @JaniceOCG Join our Exchange Community
Atlanta City Council member and mayoral candidate Andre Dickens speaks on crime and police reform in Atlanta.