The reality is it’s not happening.. we’re seeing a lot of performance by the establishment, busy work designed to give the illusion… faux outrage by black leaders who stunt for the cameras and on social media then call for the deployment of the national guard and more oppressive policing in city hall, bs conferences and programs by the NPIC designed to justify their existence and budgets and stunting by prominent activists and protesters in between book tours, rapping and making documentaries. Police reform is simply the issue that makes this all possible.

The reality is it’s not happening.. we’re seeing a lot of performance by the establishment, busy work designed to give the illusion… faux outrage by black leaders who stunt for the cameras and on social media then call for the deployment of the national guard and more oppressive policing in city hall, bs conferences and programs by the NPIC designed to justify their existence and budgets and stunting by prominent activists and protesters in between book tours, rapping and making documentaries. Police reform is simply the issue that makes this all possible.

From Ferguson to Fort Worth, police reform moves in fits and starts

Less than two weeks ago, S. Lee Merritt hailed the murder conviction of a former Dallas police officer who fatally shot her neighbor as a “huge victory” for “black people

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