Employees At A Virginia CVS Call Police On Two Black Men There To Buy Cheese – YouTube


Published on Nov 28, 2016: Running into a CVS to buy cheese sounds like a mundane affair, but for two black men in Virginia that was not the case. Their quick trip to the store dragged on for quite some time and ended up involving the police. Roommates Ricky Berry and Philip Blackwell told WRIC that upon entering the Carytown CVS they asked a worker if the store sold sliced cheese, which it did not. Only moments later, Berry and Blackwell couldn’t find any employee in the store. After about a half an hour, a police officer showed up, notes WGHP. The workers, who had called authorities, were found in a locked room. Soon after, the officer told the customers they had to leave or face trespassing charges. CVS has apologized and says it is investigating the situation.

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Black Youths at Princeton Pulled Over by Police, What Happened Next May Amaze You – The Root


Several members of the Black Youth Project 100 were allegedly profiled and pulled over by a black police officer, and what happened next may amaze you.

Posted: March 18 2014 2:00 AM

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Exchanges between black youths and the police don’t always have to end in violence.

What began as an unfortunate incident of alleged police profiling in Princeton, N.J., ended with a public-forum discussion with the officer who did the profiling.

According to one member of the Black Youth Project 100, or BYP100, a youth-centered black activist group, the police pulled over a car carrying members who were leaving a gathering on Princeton University’s campus on Saturday, March 8. The black officer cited a broken taillight, but upon investigation the vehicle was found to be intact.

The unidentified officer let the group go after asking them where they were headed and saying that he would “beat them there,” Fresco Steez, one of the members present at the incident, told The Root. It was when the members arrived at the Nassau Hotel and actually saw the officer pulled up there waiting for them that the discussion was triggered.

The group approached him, questioning the motive for his actions. The officer insisted that he wasn’t trying to criminalize the black youths and said that his feelings were hurt at the accusation. But then the officer offered the young people free parking as an apology, which got a conversation started.

The video below shows about half a dozen young black people huddled around the police car, talking to the black officer about why his actions had hurt them.

“You guys have a responsibility to protect and serve,” 24-year-old Devin Darrington-Ward can be heard telling the officer. “As black youth we don’t feel like we get that level of protection; we don’t get that benefit of the doubt … like regular white students running around Princeton campus [do].”

At the end of the video, the same young man can be seen thanking the officer for his time and taking the initiative to talk to them about the incident.

“It’s a healthy dialogue,” Steez said in the video. “This is the healthiest dialogue between just a public police and young black people that I’ve ever seen. And that’s transformative justice right there in the flesh.”

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story misidentified the BYP100 members attending the gathering at Princeton as Princeton students. 

Black Youths at Princeton Pulled Over by Police, Then This Happened – The Root.

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The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-In on 12/15/12 at Saturday, December 15th 9:00PM Eastern/ 6:00PM Pacific

The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-In 12/15/12

The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research conclusions, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice immediately. We’ll use these sessions to refine our use of words as weapons to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We’ll review news reports from the past seven days and encourage non-white listeners exchange views constructively. We’ll be abstaining from the 8th area of people activity, but that should leave ample time for other aspects of White Terrorism. It’s been reported that a White man killed more then 20 people in a Connecticut elementary school on Friday morning. As Racism is War, Gus will be devoting little time – ZERO TEARS – to any of the White folks who got shot.

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the C.O.W.S. with Dr Kamau Kambon part 2 – YouTube

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Title: the C.O.W.S. with Dr Kamau Kambon part 2
Date: 10/09/2011

Episode Notes: Dr. Kamau Kambon returns to The Context of White Supremacy. Dr. Kambon will discuss the idea that being unfocused is a form of death. He asserts that for a black female or black male to fail to be on Their Assignment, can only result in self-destruction. He states succinctly: Black people are addicted to sweets; and White people have made Death sweet.

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Activist teacher alleges police brutality during Calif. Occupy protest –

OAKLAND, Calif., Dec. 9 (UPI) — An activist California college teacher filed a federal lawsuit, alleging Oakland police roughed him up during an Occupy protest, court records show.

In his civil rights suit filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, Robert Ovetz, 35, of Woodacre alleges he was thrown to the ground and hit twice with a baton by police during a Jan. 28 Occupy protest, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Sunday.

A police statement alleged Ovetz had a bicycle he lifted up as if ready to throw it at officers and later waved his arms and hands in officers’ faces.

His arrest was recorded on video and posted on YouTube. The Chronicle said the video shows Ovetz was not resisting physically or verbally when city police officer Ercivan Martin struck him on the abdomen and back with a baton.

Ovetz was held for three days on suspicion of felony assault on a police officer, among other alleged crimes.

Alameda County prosecutors dismissed the case June 22.

Ovetz’s lawsuit, which names Martin, police Chief Howard Jordan, two other officers and the city of Oakland as defendants, says Ovetz did not resist, and that he was the victim of excessive force, false arrest, and assault and battery.

Matthew Siroka, Ovetz’s lawyer, said Ovetz, who has taught sociology and other subjects at Canada College in Redwood City and College of Marin in Kentfield, was at the protest to gather research for a book on why protest movements have become violent.

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