Amid police shootings, massive protests and grand jury decisions, Americans are asking themselves some hard questions about justice and law enforcement: Are some police officers guilty of racial bias, and are others even qualified to serve? Do some prosecutors serve the public, or protect the police? And, are there some unresolved issues between the races that are driving the current civil disobedience? BLEA Ron Hampton speaks on the issues.
Blacks in Law Enforcement of America’s New York Representative, Damon K. Jones speak candidly about the need to define Police Criminality over Police Brutality and institutional retaliation against black law enforcement if they speak up in defense of the black community.