L’homme sur les quais (Raoul Peck, 1993)
hi i’m going to be in new york from 2moro until next monday so if we are friendly and u stay there hmu ig
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hey someone organized a wishlist of things for the protestors in ferguson (stuff like gas masks, food, drinks, umbrellas, earplugs, etc.) so help out if you can!!
This is a fund set up for the people who have been arrested while protesting in Ferguson. Please donate if you can and share widely. This is concrete action we can take to support the people of Ferguson. Also please call your local representative and let them know you do not agree with what’s happening. Here’s a script and a way to find the contact info for your local reps.
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Rineke Dijkstra “Krazyhouse” 2009
national moment of silence 2014 (for victims of police brutality)
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Courts are expanding rights but cops are cracking down. Find out how to keep your footage, and yourself, out of trouble.
This is from 2012, but it’s increasingly relevant, as we’ve seen police officers turn on those documenting violence and brutality.
The law varies from state to state. Remember that a camera signals a degree of invasion, no matter one’s intent, so it’s important to be prepared in case one’s decision to film a police officer goes sour. Knowing the law is part of protesting, but also part of staying safe.