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Melanted Music and Culture: Amerikkkas policing of the black community

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Since the civil rights act of 1964 the number of police brutality cases have have grown to a staggering rate. Due to this civil rights act, the "average Joe" can no longer lynch a black person w\o any state legal action being taken on them. Government officials with a liscense to kill have seem to take the place of the typical lych mobs of the past. With little to no accountability to their actions and scripted excuses such as; I feared for my life,he\she went for my gun, he\she was reaching for something etc. These excuses deemed acceptable by their state superiors and ultimately a free pass to brutilize or kill again. Joing your hosts Jeremy, jesse ans schelett as they explore the horrifice reality of policing in the black community.

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