In Baltimore, a photojournalist covering protest against police brutality is beaten up by cops http://t.co/3OXxc54bCd
— Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof) April 26, 2015
Current estimates are that the United States has paid over $10 billion in police misconduct settlements since 2004 w/ over 10,000 killed.
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) April 27, 2015
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) April 28, 2015
In a moment like this you're at home worrying abt some fucking televisions, and I'm praying my two Black sons never get killed by the cops.
— Propane Jane (@docrocktex26) April 28, 2015
They not showing this on the news https://t.co/oUPk2ItvC1
— Rastakid25 (@Let_Me_Work) April 27, 2015
"The question is: America how many times do you need to see a city being burned to the ground to recognize a problem?" @wkamaubell
— DcSlumdog (@DcSlumdog) April 28, 2015
Throughout history, love has often been used as justification for the need to destroy in the interest of reformation #BaltimoreUprising
— T Squared (@PricklyPundit) April 28, 2015
— Chalky White (@LogicalHater) April 28, 2015