It’s time to study prevention and responses, because America has a big policing problem, one that’s getting bigger and more polarizing by the day.
A connoisseur of literature, film and stage aims to change how the world views black men, one performance at a time. — This time last year, Tony nominated actor, Mr. Colman Domingo, had to halt his plans to perform a run of shows at the Philadelphia Theatre Company in Center City Philadelphia because he was awarded […]
White anti-government protesters armed with guns take to the streets, yet no one calls the National Guard, no curfew invoked and no media frenzy.
Regardless of who’s elected mayor, Philadelphians will be stopped, questioned and frisked if deemed suspicious by police.
No matter the point made by any talking head the conversation must always come back to #BlackLivesMatter.
It was both skepticism and curiosity that inspired Philadelphia activist, Mr. Paul “Frosty” Jackson, to travel to Baltimore with comrades to “get the real scoop” after hearing and seeing so many news stories about riots and looting.
Imagine that on any given day a white person could be lynched or beaten to death, just because they’re white.
Baltimore is not unique, as the conditions necessary to ignite a violent uprising exist in Philadelphia.
An admission of wrongdoing and a change of ways will go a long way in improving police and community relations.
Some attendees at #PhillyIsBaltimore expressed concern about policing tactics, while others advocated for the government’s downfall.