Category Archives: police brutality

Oswald Lewis Seeks Justice From NYPD and U.S. Marshal

Oswald Lewis Seeks Justice From NYPD and U.S. Marshal

*On August 26, 2014, U.S. Marshals and NYPD executed a late-night arrest in Queens, NY on a 24-year-old warrant from Virgina. Inside the Queens apartment was Oswald Lewis, the individual named in the arrest warrant. U.S. Marshals and media reports state that a man named Oswald Lewis fired upon the Marshals as they entered the […]

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National Newspaper Publishers Association Declares Police Brutality State of Emergency in the U.S.

National Newspaper Publishers Association Declares Police Brutality State of Emergency in the U.S.

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WASHINGTON  —  The nation’s largest trade association of African American owned newspapers and media companies, the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), today declared the existence of a police brutality state of emergency in the United States with respect to Black America. Denise Rolark Barnes, Chairman of the NNPA and publisher of The Washington Informer; Bernal […]

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