Join The National Mobilization Against Police Brutality and the Fraternal Order of Police (F.O.P.)
August 9, 2015 marks one year since the violently racist and brutal murder of Michael Brown by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darrin Wilson. It also marks the beginning of a concerted movement by Blacks/New Afrikans, people of color, youth, students, workers, LGBTQ and ALL affected and concerned people to challenge and change the criminal justice system regarding police brutality and terror against civilians, especially people of color.
Militant protest and rebellion throughout the United States and supporters from around world continue to emphasize that ‘Black Lives Matter’ and that any system that fails to hold police accountable for targeting, profiling, beating and murdering Black people cannot be tolerated and must be changed.
August 9, 2015 also marks the opening day of the national conference of the Fraternal Order of Police(F.O.P.) a union and lobbying group…
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