Posts Tagged as "racial profiling"

AB 953: Make History, Don’t Repeat It

September 25, 2015 / By
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Last month, representatives from Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities joined with Black, Latino, and Native American communities from all over the state to bring attention to this issue by calling for the passage of Assembly Bill 953, a bill that would increase law enforcement transparency and accountability.

Refusing to Remain Silent on Racial Profiling

September 21, 2015 / By
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If AB 953 passes, it could prevent more parents from having to know the pain Theresa carries. Cops would be held accountable for their actions, and the law would curb racial profiling and patterns of behavior that make police seem like they are above the law.

Trayvon Martin, Stand Your Ground and the Perception of Youth of Color

July 22, 2013 / By
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  Photo: werthmedia by We’Ced Youth Media Editor’s Note: Following last week’s Zimmerman trial verdict, We’Ced engaged in a series of lengthy discussions on the death of Trayvon, the trial itself and the message the entire experience sends to youth of color.