Police violence and oppression against protesters in Brazil: Welcome to the everyday experience of the black and poor community | Black Women of Brazil.
This entry was posted on July 3, 2013 by serious2020. It was filed under AFRIKAN, Black History, Black Media, Black Men, Black Women, Black Women of Brazil, Brazil, Caribbean, Children, Commentary, Community outrage, Community self defense, Culture, Families, Health, Human Rights, Independent Black Media, International Law, Law, Liberation, Lynching, Media, Men, Mental Health, Militarized police, Military, Military, Police brutality, police corruption, Political, Politics, Rape, Secret Squirrels, Spiritual, Stop and frisk, stop and frisk, Torture, Weaponry, Women, Youth and was tagged with African/Black experience, Afrikan, Afro-Brazilians, Alan Blueford, Brazil, COINTELPRO, Davey D's Hip Hop Corner, film, freedom, incarceration nation, Malcolm X, Mumia Abu Jamal, murder, music, oppression, police brutality, police violence, Political Prisoners, prisoners, protest, racism, revolutionary, rubber bullets, Slavery, stop and frisk, Trayvon Martin, War on Afrikans.
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