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Civil rights activist DeRay Mckesson discusses efforts to track and subsequently end police violence in America

Facebook allegedly canceled all meetings to celebrate Juneteenth, opting instead to invite employees to a “day of learning” on racial justice with far-left speakers including Black Lives Matter leader DeRay Mckesson and former Attorney General Eric Holder.

Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson and former police chief Charles Ramsey join The Post to discuss policing and the impact of civil unrest on criminal justice reform.

“I don’t think that this counts as true progress,” Deray McKesson says of the New York City Police Department disbanding its plainclothes anti-crime unit. “I think that this is symbolic.”

Mobilize and Make a Difference Watch as DeRay McKesson, Luis Calderin, Lil B and Ilana Glazer talk about the future of activism and mobilization:

DeRay Mckesson says Democrats’ federal police reform bill is a “good first start,” but adds that shifting responsibilities and resources from police to other organizations “has to be part of the strategy” for change.

@deray  McKesson’s “On The Other Side of Freedom” is required reading. Full interview:

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On the #BoFPodcast  this week, we revisit a conversation with DeRay Mckesson, a pillar of the Black Lives Matter movement, at BoF VOICES in 2018. The activist also recently launched #8CantWait , a new campaign aimed at reducing police violence.

deray mckesson'>Activist DeRay Mckesson on the protests, the election, and what young people can do to spur change

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Deray McKesson on racial disparities in policing: “In Minneapolis, a black person is 13 times more likely to be killed by a police officer than a white person. It’s actually the single biggest racial disparity with regard to police violence in the country”

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"I am troubled to think about these curfews that are being put in place with like an hour's notice...it feels like a set up," activist DeRay Mckesson says.

According to the lawsuit, Jeanine Pirro “made a series" of false statements about DeRay McKesson, including that he "directed someone to hit the police officer in the face with a rock.”

Two journalists, @Deray  Mckesson, and ~99 others arrested marching against police violence. #BatonRouge 

DeRay McKesson sues Fox News and Jeanine Pirro for defamation over claim he ‘directed violence’ at BLM protest

Deray McKesson speaks after being released from jail: Baton Rouge PD "only people that were violent last night."

DeRay Mckesson, a Black Lives Matter leader: "The movement began as a call to end violence. That call remains."

BREAKING: Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson freed on bond after arrest during protest in Baton Rouge.

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