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Cadeem Gibbs

Cadeem is New York based Youth Justice Organizer, Youth Development Consultant, Youth and Social Justice Advocate, Peer Educator, Writer and Change Agent. He spends lots of time mentoring young men of color through a youth mentoring program called PLOT (Preparing Leaders Of Tomorrow). Cadeem is also a part-time Travel Agent.
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Human Rights Watch Deems Police Mistreatment of Blacks A Human Rights Violation Of International Urgency

We’ve all heard the stories of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Eric Garner in New York, Tamir Rice in Cleveland, Freddie Gray in Baltimore, Walter Scott in Charleston. Commonality: they were all killed by law enforcement officers. In its yearly review, international NGO Human Rights Watch determined that the mistreatment of …

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Black Officer Edwin Raymond Slams NYPD With Lawsuit Over Quota-Based Policing And Discrimination

Edwin Raymond, an eight year veteran of the New York Police Department, is heading a class action lawsuit involving 12 other black and latino police officers against ‘New York’s Finest,’ alleging that the NYPD is instructing its officers to satisfy predetermined numerary objectives for arrests and tickets every month. In other words, the quota system the department …

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Ramarley Graham – 4 Years Later, Still No Justice

An unarmed teen was gunned down in his home by NYPD Officer Richard Haste. On February 2, 2012 Officer Haste broke into the Graham home, without a warrant or probable cause, and opened fire on 18-year-old Ramarley, murdering him before the eyes of two onlookers–his grandmother and 6-year-old brother. Officer …

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