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Lee Mun Wah describes how dialogs are better than panel discussions and how to acknowledge the person in front of you and stop playing devil’s advocate.
Get your popcorn and drink. The video is about an hour.
Two men carrying the same rifle down the street receive two entirely different reactions from police.
I was scared-to-death just watching this video.
A Cartersville, Georgia, man is unhappy that police conducted a “raid” after mistaking his okra plants for cannabis.
Here is our U.S. tax dollars doing the War on Drugs.
The War on Drugs is a war on people.
“Django Unchained” actress Daniele Watts defended her refusal to show her ID to Los Angeles police before they handcuffed her last week.
What happens if we left our id at home?
Is it a crime to not have your ID with you?
How long can a person be detained when they don’t have their ID on them?
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Miami Gardens stopped and frisked over 8,000 kids—and arrested 0
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