#Blacklivesmatter

Alton Sterling, #Blacklivesmatter, Community Policing, Louisiana IAF

300 TBR Leaders Call for Changed Policing and Economic Reforms

Wednesday, July 13, 2016
The Advocate & More

Over 300 leaders of Together Baton Rouge called for both law enforcement and economic reforms at a luncheon meeting held at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church. Read more about 300 TBR Leaders Call for Changed Policing and Economic Reforms

Together Baton Rouge

Community Policing, #Blacklivesmatter, Alton Sterling, Gov. Edwards

Together Baton Rouge Secures Broader Investigation into Lethal Shooting of Alton Sterling

Thursday, July 7, 2016
The Advocate & More

Shortly after leaders of Together Baton Rouge called on the Justice Department to widen the scope of its investigation into the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling, saying it should include possible state criminal violations, a spokesman for Gov. Read more about Together Baton Rouge Secures Broader Investigation into Lethal Shooting of Alton Sterling

Together Baton Rouge

Community Policing, #Blacklivesmatter, Josephine Lopez-Paul

DAI Calls on Police, Community to Build Trust for Better Policing

Sunday, July 10, 2016
Dallas Morning News

At a community meeting organized by Dallas Area Interfaith, there were no easy platitudes in reference to the Thursday night shooting of police officers and protesters that left five officers dead...   Read more about DAI Calls on Police, Community to Build Trust for Better Policing

DAI

Racial Profiling, #Blacklivesmatter, Iowa IAF, community organizing in Des Moines

Black Iowans Feel Profiled by the Police

Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Des Moines Register

In the Des Moines area, members of the nonprofit community organization AMOS (A Mid-Iowa Organizing Strategy) have spent the past year recording the stories of black Iowans who believe they have been unfairly singled out because of their race by store clerks, security guards, police and others.

Retired Des Moines attorney Harvey Harrison, 71, said what he has heard through that process "proves racial profiling is still a problem, and it has to be dealt with to help this country." Read more about Black Iowans Feel Profiled by the Police

AMOS