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Veteran New York Police Sergeant LisaMarie Newkirk breaks the Blue Wall of Silence and speaks passionately about her disappointment of the recent black lives lost at he hands of other blacks and at the hands of law enforcement, as well her follow officers who lives were lost as well on YouTube, Wednesday, July 13th.

In the six minute and fifty-three second video, Sgt. Newkirk, a member of the fraternal organization, Blacks In Law Enforcement of America (BLEA), dressed in a black pin strip jacket and red button down shirt, against a black background, starts off uttering the words;

I am in mourning from the lost of life happening daily in our community streets taken at the hands of each other. I mourn the lives unnecessarily taken by police. I mourn the deaths of cops whose lives have been senselessly taken by folk who have lost their faith in humanity. And i especially mourn those who have lost their faith in humanity.

America we have a problem an that means it time for leadership everywhere to step up… (see full video below)


BW salutes and applauds Sgt. Newkirk for speaking up. Traditionally it was mostly retired law eforcement officers or those so close to retirement they werent in fear of retribution from their superiors, but now we are seeing active officers stepping up and speaking out.

Damon K. Jones, NY Rep for BLEA tells BW, “We support our sister NewKirk in being honest about how black law enforcement feels about these situations.
We hope more black law enforcement speak out in order to produce real change.”

Sgt. LisaMarie Newkirk is active with 16 years with New York Police Department and nearly 2 years with the New York Department of Corrections (NYDOC). She currently works in Manhattan.


It is our duty as peace officers and members of Blacks in Law enforcement of America to continue the fight for freedom, justice, and equality for all citizens. We will be advocates of law enforcement professionals by establishing continuous training and support. As black law enforcement professionals, we pledge our time, honor, and talent for the uplifting of our communities. We are truly the leaders of the community, in and out of our blue uniform.

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We are asking all Black Law Enforcement Organizations, civil rights organizations, grass root organizations to do the same.  PLEASE SIGN HERE  



“What does it say about the NFL, and about us, when at least a half-dozen men who have been accused of physical or sexual assault have been welcomed into the NFL over the past week, while Colin Kaepernick still has not?

While some NFL teams were busy drafting names from the police blotter last weekend, Kaepernick was standing outside a New York City parole office, handing out two boxes of his own custom-made suits to men who needed them for upcoming job interviews. He has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to charity. In March, it was reported by several news media outlets, including USA TODAY Sports, that Kaepernick will not protest the national anthem this coming season. And yet he’s still a free agent, so far unwanted by all 32 NFL teams.


The NFL is also broadcasting a message to Black people throughout the world that Black issues do not matter. It is uncommon that our children see athletes standing up for issues in their communities, especially for the many black men that have been unjustly killed by Law Enforcement.

As conscious Black People, we must send the same message to the NFL and their Sponsors that our dollars matter by boycotting the NFL and their products for basically punishing Kaepernick for his position on social justice issues.

We are asking all Black Law Enforcement Organizations, civil rights organizations, grass root organizations to do the same.  PLEASE SIGN HERE