A lot of people don’t know what it’s like to be a black man in America, and that’s a problem.
The recent killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, two black men killed by police officers, and of Alva Braziel and Keith Lamont Scott, two white men killed in encounters with police, illustrate how a system that has historically been racist and biased has grown more so.
The problem is especially severe in places where people of color are more likely to live.
When we talk about police brutality, we often talk about the killings of African Americans by police.
However, as the media has become increasingly obsessed with black bodies in videos and images, the real issues surrounding police violence against black Americans are not often discussed in detail.
The first thing to do is understand how police brutality works.
There are many different types of police brutality that can occur and in which the consequences of police violence can be deadly.
The police can do things to people that they would never do to a white person.
The most obvious example of this is when police use excessive force, such as kicking and shooting people.
Another example is when officers use excessive amounts of force against unarmed people, such that they cause them serious injuries.
The impact of these kinds of uses of force is so great that they can have a devastating impact on a person’s ability to survive.
In these cases, the police are usually justified in using force against the people they are trying to arrest.
As the number of police deaths increases, so does the number and severity of police-involved killings.
For instance, in the early hours of January 25, 2015, a police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota, shot and killed Jamar Clark, an unarmed man who was in a car with a woman.
The woman in the car, whom Clark was with, was later identified as 18-year-old Amber Todias.
Todios was a high school senior.
Todias was charged with second-degree murder and aggravated assault and released.
At the time, Todicas defense attorney was asking the court to throw out the murder charge and instead charge her with second degree manslaughter, a lesser charge that carries a possible life sentence.
This is what happens when the people you’re trying to protect are murdered by police…
The problem with these types of cases is that there’s a presumption that the police can get away with it.
The officer is entitled to justify the use of force by claiming that he was in fear for his life.
According to the Associated Press, the city attorney’s office said Todia’s defense was not supported by a case law, which is an official legal opinion.
When a person of color is killed by a police officers actions, the officer is not entitled to a defense.
In order to have a fair trial, the accused must be afforded due process.
People of color have the right to a fair and speedy trial.
They have a right to due process that is supported by the U.S. Supreme Court, but it is not guaranteed to them in any jurisdiction.
A person of faith cannot have the same rights and protections as someone of the same race.
There is a history of police racism against people of different races.
In the 1930s, for instance, white people who were accused of crimes were lynched.
This happened because, as an alternative to having the accused’s race be known, white law enforcement officers were instructed to use fear and violence to get rid of those accused of black crimes.
Police brutality against people who are black is a result of the fact that people of black ethnicity and the communities in which they live have historically been disproportionately targeted by the police.
Police officers have historically targeted black communities, particularly the inner cities, for arrest and detention.
“There is this myth that the majority of police officers are white,” said Mark Geiger, the former police chief of Dallas.
“There is actually a disproportionate number of people of African descent.
We have people of Asian descent.
And there is a very, very small number of black officers.
So, when we talk to people who have been assaulted or killed by officers, they often talk of racism in general, but often they’re just talking about the police and the use-of-force cases they’ve had.”
The current media coverage of police killings has been particularly aggressive.
Several media outlets, including The New York Times, ABC News, CNN, CBS, MSNBC, NBC, The Huffington Post, and FOX News, have run stories with titles such as, “New York City police officer charged in fatal shooting of Black man,” “Man charged in police shooting in New York,” “New Orleans cop charged in killing of Black teen,” “Police fatally shoot teenager in New Orleans,” and “Man accused of killing Black man charged in Louisiana.”
These headlines and stories portray people of all races and ethnicities as being at the top