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Taking the Black Struggle to the United Nations


The Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent were in Washington, DC last week for a town hall convened by Pan-African Community Action (PACA). We caught up with PACA's Netfa Freeman and Garrett Harris to hear more about the working group's findings and the goals of the organizers.

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Taking the Black Struggle to the United Nations

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PACA Response to DC Review Board Finding on the Police Killing of Terrence Sterling

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The lack of self-determination and the need for Black people power is evident in every aspect of working poor Black life in the United States. Most recently, news from DC Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) brings our focus to policing.

On December 5, 2017 the MPD Use of Force Review Board (UFRB) found the killing of Terrence Sterling by police officer Brian Trainer unjustified and recommended that Trainer be fired from the department.

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UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent Town Hall- Washington, DC

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