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chinese american immigrant cis/het/man middle class southern california recent graduated ucirvine, for those who must know

Went through and tagged mosts of the original/reblog/respond posts on this tumblr regarding asian americans and anti-black racism. As it were you can track the changes and development of my perspective on this issue.
Tagged: AsAms and Anti-Black Racism

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    Posts tagged "police brutality"

    A great piece over at The Atlantic, giving the perspective that to vilify only John Pike and the UC Davis administration is to ignore the institutional problems that exist in Law Enforcement offices across the nation. The article talks about how the actions that John Pike took were made possible and demanded by a police mindset that seeks to shut down any “disorderly” conduct that breaks the “peaceful” norm Americans are accustomed to feeling. Again, the militarization of Law Enforcement is a big issue and is touched on in this article as well.

    I really want to push this point, because I get the feeling that there is a lot of misinformation about the effects and potency of pepper spray. That it is purportedly totally safe and that the effect wears off, justifying its use. It’s not.


    This video is intense…. Really amazing.

    (Graphic images of UCD protest are in the video.)

    If you had any doubt to the nature of the events leading up to the senseless pepper spraying of peaceful UC Davis students, here it is, from four different angles. 

    My thoughts on why things like Police Brutality are indicators for very very bad things. This is also linked to the link I posted on the Wall Street Disconnect

    Hit Read More at your discretion. I’ve posted an image that is pretty shocking to me at least. 

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    When I see videos of police brutality, I wonder what goes through their minds.

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