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Many people have requested a transcript of my recent podcast on racism and police violence, complete with links to relevant videos, data, etc. Here it is:

We mapped police violence in the US against #BlackLivesMatter  protesters: 📹 📸 500 videos & photos analyzed 🚨 125 incidents in 40 US states 📢 New campaign calling for police reform Check out the interactive map here:

While some people were hopeful that recording police violence against Black people would prove it’s a systemic problem, the videos have mostly served to traumatize Black viewers.

Despite videos and social media posts showing police coming after the crowd, a department spokesperson otherwise noted the Queer Liberation March's events were peaceful without “widespread reports of violence or anything of that nature”

BREAKING: After analyzing over 500 videos and photos of incidents, Amnesty International has documented 125 separate examples of police violence against protesters in nearly 40 states and DC between May 26 and June 6. Our new interactive map:

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Posting a video of police violence could make you a target for retaliation depending on who you are. Before posting videos of police violence, pause to protect yourself and others. Download our decision tree:

Many Americans describe watching videos of police violence as a wake-up call to persistent racial injustice. For Black Americans, it touches a deeper nerve. via @KHNews 

Disturbing video of #NYPD  officers being attacked by protesters and all of the suspects are still at large. @TeamCuomo  always has a lot to say about other videos, but when it comes to violence against police, he's dead silent.

The New York Times analyzed witness videos, police footage and official documents to identify the critical moments — and missteps — that led to the killing of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta on June 12. (This video contains scenes of graphic violence.)

Amid protests against police violence and systemic racism, institutions nationwide are recognizing history in the making. Everything from pictures and videos to audio recordings and signs is being memorialized immediately in museums.


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What happened when George Floyd was killed in police custody on May 25? In our new video, we reconstruct the incident in detail, using security footage, witness videos, documents and scanner audio (This video contains scenes of graphic violence.)

We’re drowning in videos of police abuse: cops cars running over protestors, an officer shoving a petite woman so hard she had a seizure, cops shooting rubber bullets at reporters on live TV. It’s clear who is escalating violence.

The New York Times has reconstructed how George Floyd was killed in police custody. Security footage, witness videos and official documents show how a series of actions by police officers turned fatal. (This video contains scenes of graphic violence.)

Videos reveal violence that was contradicted by police accounts

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller is holding a briefing in Ottawa and says he is 'outraged' by the continuing pattern of police violence against Indigenous people in Canada, especially as shown in recent videos. Background:

Chris, have you seen the videos of people being beaten? Police cars burned? Macy’s looted? St. John’s church torched? Cities on fire? The First Amendment protects Free Speech, but not the right to engage in acts of violence, terror, or assault.

Human rights groups are calling for an investigation into police violence after 8 were killed and hundreds injured, where police said they acted in restraint. Disturbing videos released and activists say otherwise

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Spanish minister: police violence videos against Catalonia referendum supporters are 'fake news'