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When the state is unjust, citizens may use justifiable violence

By Jason Brennan Source: aeon If you see police choking someone to death – such as Eric Garner, the 43-year-old black horticulturalist wrestled down on the streets of New York City in 2014 – you might choose to pepper-spray them … Continue reading

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Militarization of the Police: A Reflection of United States Foreign Policy

The war is both domestic and international By Abayomi Azikiwe Source: Global Research Over the last 14 months the notion of the United States as a bastion of human rights and democracy has been further shattered. With the police killing … Continue reading

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On the Unasked Question of Morality in Police Shootings of Black Bodies

By Dr. Jason Michael Williams Source: The Hampton Institute In the past year much has happened regarding police shootings of Black bodies, and the majority of these shootings go unpunished. They go unpunished due to defensive statements such as, “I … Continue reading

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