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Protest and Activism

Benji Irby & Shemeka Michelle at the BLACK LIVES MATTER protest w NO BLACK PEOPLE! “#Foolishness!” [Video]

We were just minding our business on a Saturday afternoon and stumbled upon this #BLM protest (with NO BLACK PEOPLE) at the grounds of the North Carolina State Capitol in Raleigh, NC.Recorded on June 27th, 2020Let’s stay in contact:Parler: @benjiirbyTwitter: @realbenjiirbyhttp://twitter.com/realbenjiirby​​Instagram @realbenjiirby:http://instagram.com/realbenjiirby​​Email: benjiirby@gmail.comDonation links:PayPal: http://PayPal.me/benjiirby​​Cash App: $benjiirbyVenmo: @realbenjiirbyThis is NOT a grift! I WORK every day.This channel is NOT monetized!I do not work in politics, this is a hobby for me.I do not beg for donations to survive.This is purely voluntary. If you are moved enough by my work enough to WANT to donate, please do, and I thank you, but you absolutely do not have to.It’s just as good if you can follow me on Twitter @realBenjiirby & Parler @benjiirby and share this video everywhere you possibly can.Thank you.#benjiirby​

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Police Reform

What Does Police Reform Look Like? | Zerlina. [Video]

Calls for police reform continue after new jail footage revealed a death-in-custody in South Carolina. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump tells Zerlina that reform should focus on public safety, not public punishment. Crump also says Congress needs to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act.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

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Police Reform

Police Reform – Part IV [Video]

The Brothers from the 818 are back with episode 20, Part IV of our series on Police Reform. Tension builds a little higher tonight with some direct statements regarding positionality, privilege, and accountability for personal interaction. Question of the day, what are your thoughts on the statistics regarding crimes committed vs crimes accounted for. Let us know in your comments. Check us out this Thursday, only on the Brothers from the 818!