More Police Murder More Murdering Police Go Free
Monday, December 28. After over a year of lies and cover-up, the IN-justice system now says they will bring NO charges against the police who murdered Tamir Rice! Tamir Rice was a 12-year-old boy, playing with a toy gun in a city park. He was shot down in less than two seconds by police who rolled up on him. The prosecutor worked to get the cops off.
Saturday, December 26, the day after Christmas, Chicago cops were called to help Quintonio Legrier, 19, a student at Northern Illinois University, who was having mental problems. As they have done over and over and over again, they shot and killed Quintonio shortly after arriving, and also killed Bettie Jones, a neighbor who answered the door.
Latonya Goldsby is the cousin of Tamir Rice. She has been speaking out for justice for Tamir and others murdered by police.
Carl Dix is a representative of the Revolutionary Communist Party, and a co-founder of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network. He'll be talking these outrages, why they have to stop, and how people can get free of the system that does this.
El Niño and L.A.City's Blind Eye to the Homeless
Gary Blasi, attorney and Emeritus Law Professor at UCLA School of Law, and special counsel at Public Counsel Opportunity Under Law, talks about the great dangers, including death, facing the homeless with the coming El Niño, the worst in 100 years, and the refusal of the city of Los Angeles to mount any serious effort in the face of it.
Two-hour Radio Special on Rise Up October, 3 Days of Action in New York City, October 2015 to Stop Police Terror
Radio special from Rise Up October, three days of action in October, 2015. Rise Up October/Which Side Are You On? brought together thousands of people in New York City, including hundreds of family members of those murdered by police, to stop police brutality and murder. Click to Listen or Download.
The actions brought things to a whole new level of resistance at a time when police continue to murder people across the country, killing more people in 2015 than any year before.
Below, you can also link to raw audio from two of the days of Protest, October 22, No More Stolen Lives - Say Their Names, and the National March on October 24.