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Featuring the United States Department of Justice Investigation of the Cleveland Ohio Division of Police, "Excessive Force" reminds us that the unnecessary and excessive use of force by the Cleveland Police violates the Fourth Amendment. But equally important, says editor Barry Beckham, the American conscience has been awakened by police brutality. Accordingly, he has enhan Featuring the United States Department of Justice Investigation of the Cleveland Ohio Division of Police, "Excessive Force" reminds us that the unnecessary and excessive use of force by the Cleveland Police violates the Fourth Amendment. But equally important, says editor Barry Beckham, the American conscience has been awakened by police brutality. Accordingly, he has enhanced and complemented the report by the Department of Justice with informative content in three provocative essays. * Rashad Robinson, executive director of ColorOfChange.org, describes in his foreword why we need the federal government to intervene and set a higher standard of policing. He details a number of critical reforms to end abusive, militarized, and biased policing targeting black and brown communities. * Editor and novelist Barry Beckham writes in his introduction how police unprofessionalism is not new at all in this country, and recounts how two important documents produced in the middle of the twentieth century documented this inequality: President Harry S.Truman's 1948 Committee on Civil Rights, and the 1951 report by the Civil Rights Congress. * In a unique audio afterword, Internet investigative essayist Vphiamer Adis Ogaarwa, in "Addressing Police Brutality and Violence in the Black Community," declares that since the chokehold death of Eric Garner and the death of Michael Browne, a fog has lifted from the eyes of many American citizens. In a sensitive, insightful review of history, media, and religious right spokes persons, he argues for a situation where we can use our new alertness to cure, once and for all, the disease combining racism and police brutality. Readers will discover a provocative combination of official government report and complementary, relevant additional content about a major societal issue..


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Featuring the United States Department of Justice Investigation of the Cleveland Ohio Division of Police, "Excessive Force" reminds us that the unnecessary and excessive use of force by the Cleveland Police violates the Fourth Amendment. But equally important, says editor Barry Beckham, the American conscience has been awakened by police brutality. Accordingly, he has enhan Featuring the United States Department of Justice Investigation of the Cleveland Ohio Division of Police, "Excessive Force" reminds us that the unnecessary and excessive use of force by the Cleveland Police violates the Fourth Amendment. But equally important, says editor Barry Beckham, the American conscience has been awakened by police brutality. Accordingly, he has enhanced and complemented the report by the Department of Justice with informative content in three provocative essays. * Rashad Robinson, executive director of ColorOfChange.org, describes in his foreword why we need the federal government to intervene and set a higher standard of policing. He details a number of critical reforms to end abusive, militarized, and biased policing targeting black and brown communities. * Editor and novelist Barry Beckham writes in his introduction how police unprofessionalism is not new at all in this country, and recounts how two important documents produced in the middle of the twentieth century documented this inequality: President Harry S.Truman's 1948 Committee on Civil Rights, and the 1951 report by the Civil Rights Congress. * In a unique audio afterword, Internet investigative essayist Vphiamer Adis Ogaarwa, in "Addressing Police Brutality and Violence in the Black Community," declares that since the chokehold death of Eric Garner and the death of Michael Browne, a fog has lifted from the eyes of many American citizens. In a sensitive, insightful review of history, media, and religious right spokes persons, he argues for a situation where we can use our new alertness to cure, once and for all, the disease combining racism and police brutality. Readers will discover a provocative combination of official government report and complementary, relevant additional content about a major societal issue..

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