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Jun

Still happening despite the new blacks, first blacks, diversity hires and diversity programs… <br><br>”Missouri appears to be working hard to maintain its NAACP designation as a state perhaps best avoided. The state attorney general’s office this month released its assessment of 2018 traffic stops by local police, and the results are dismal: Black drivers are on average 91 percent more likely than white motorists to be pulled over.”

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot
Still happening despite the new blacks, first blacks, diversity hires and diversity programs...

"Missouri appears to be working hard to maintain its NAACP designation as a state perhaps best avoided. The state attorney general’s office this month released its assessment of 2018 traffic stops by local police, and the results are dismal: Black drivers are on average 91 percent more likely than white motorists to be pulled over."

Editorial: State's traffic-stop racial disparities suggest much work remains to be done

Missouri appears to be working hard to earn its NAACP designation as a state perhaps best avoided. The state attorney general’s office this month released its assessment of 2018 traffic

26

Jun

#REPOST #AMUSTREAD… From September 2014 during the initial days of the Ferguson uprising. Even if you read this before, read again it knowing what you know now. It will give you a better understanding of Sam Page, the St. County Council and Wesley Bell’s actions as a judge prior to Ferguson and why they and others can’t be trusted to fix what they were complicit in for years.

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot
#REPOST #AMUSTREAD... From September 2014 during the initial days of the Ferguson uprising. Even if you read this before, read again it knowing what you know now. It will give you a better understanding of Sam Page, the St. County Council and Wesley Bell's actions as a judge prior to Ferguson and why they and others can't be trusted to fix what they were complicit in for years.

Opinion | How municipalities in St. Louis County, Mo., profit from poverty

The uprising in Ferguson was an inevitable reaction to the institutional racism coursing through the area for decades.

26

Jun

It’s all going to fund more exploitation, oppression exposed in the Ferguson Commission report, numerous studies and the Washington Post article exposing how St. Louis County exploits poor black people under the guise of public safety.

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot
It's all going to fund more exploitation, oppression exposed in the Ferguson Commission report, numerous studies and the Washington Post article exposing how St. Louis County exploits poor black people under the guise of public safety.

St. Louis County Council decides where Prop P money will go

CLAYTON, Mo. – More than two years after St Louis County voters approved Proposition P, a half-cent sales tax to fund police and public safety, the county council decided Tuesday which government groups are eligible to receive funding. In addition to police, Prop P funds will go to the county pros...