The Original Last Poets in Right On! – Poetry On Film

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WATCH: Cop Violently Assaults Twin Sisters as School Principal Tries to Stop Him

Orange, NJ — A disturbing video of a large cop manhandling two twin sisters outside of a restaurant just after school had let out has provoked protests and the suspension of an Orange police officer. On Thursday, two sisters were outside of the restaurant when the Orange police officer approached them. While the nature of the […]

WATCH: Young Man Asks if He’s Being Detained, So a Half-Dozen Cops Pummel Him

Disturbing video shows a young man being viciously assaulted and then arrested by multiple cops for legally asserting his rights. Indiana, PA — Most parents would agree that their worst nightmare is something bad happening to their child and them not being able to prevent it. When a Pennsylvania father received a video of his son […]

Disturbing Video Shows School Cop Body Slam a Small Child Face-First onto the Pavement

San Antonio, TX — A particularly disturbing video of a police officer attempting to break up a schoolyard quarrel has surfaced and is shedding light on the Northside Independent School District police department for all the wrong reasons. In the video, we see a tiny child get body slammed to the ground — face-first — […]

We stand with Herman Bell

As you may have recently heard “Black Panther Party political prisoner Herman Bell was viciously assaulted by guards at Great Meadow Correctional Facility (Comstock) on September 5, 2017. While being “escorted” by a guard back to his housing unit, a guard struck Herman, age 69, in the face causing his glasses to drop to the […]

W. Kamau Bell Doesn’t Want to Fit In

https://www.theatlantic.com/video/iframe/536331/ ANIMATION Video by The Atlantic Authors: Jackie Lay, Nicolas Pollock Comedian W. Kamau Bell struggled with his identity growing up. As a self-described “nerd,” he favored martial arts over basketball and rock over hip-hop. This struggle carried over into adulthood and his early efforts at standup comedy. At one point, he even considered giving up comedy entirely. […]