Police believes they don’t have to respect people of color ,and think it 's okay to mistreat them instead.The officers been discriminating people of color because they assume every african american are criminal and bad.They harass people of color just to make them feel intimidate. The police kill innocent black people and don 't get charged guilty at all.There’s three side of people which is the people who get affected by it, the people who overlooks it, and the people who just don 't care. The police treat people of color differently than whites. It 's like the Jim Crow Law is happening all over again. Police would rather mistreat people of color instead of giving them equal opportunity when it comes to the law.
Recently criminologists, law enforcement officials, and psychologists have all teamed together to take criminal profiling, which started out as an art and transform it into a reliable science. This science of psychology is used to track down criminals; solely based on behavior these profiles are able to predict what will happen
Television has become the chief of entertainment. However, when we watch TV, we aren’t really paying attention to what’s going on. TV, in my perspective focuses more on young African-American males being assassinated by cops. Shootings like Ferguson, the Trayvon Martin case and cases on unarmed African Americans have negative effects on our culture. In today’s society, many of our complications haven risen about cops killing innocent residents, mostly black people.
Conflict and resolution in Lay That Trumpet in Our Hands is also a big theme developer. The conflict is that the KKK is hurting the town that the family lives in. They have hurt people that they knew and loved and killed one of their best friends, Marvin. The family tries dealing with it themselves and Marvin until the KKK took it a step too far and killed Marvin. Then, the family deals with the KKK in a different way and confronts the NAACP.
This chase’s purpose, at a basic level, is to catch Montag, as he is now a public criminal. The true purpose of this chase is deeper, it is designed to convince the populace that the police are doing their jobs by catching fugitives like Montag. However, the ending to the chase tells a different story. They catch and kill “Montag” using the hound, however, they do not kill “Montag.” The police actually kill an innocent man while telling the public that they actually kill Montag, to save face. The killing shows that this society is flawed and corrupt, proving them to be a dystopia.
The Black Panthers Movement was very effective in helping empower the black community but lacked large scale assurance due to the fact that the FBI thought of this movement as a terrorist organization. This social movement has been very effective in addressing the social problem or racism and police brutality. It did show how the police would act when they don’t believe in an organization. They discriminate and try to run the organization down and out. If the police or FBI want a stop to things, they will do whatever is possible to end it, including illegal behavior.
Many people may associate people of middle eastern descent as radical Muslims, but that is often a false idea as are most other crime related stereotypes given to the different races. Police brutality is usually targeted at African Americans because of the past notion that African American people are violent by nature, but that idea had since faded, we hoped. No, that has not faded even a little bit. In 2016 alone “233 African-Americans shot and killed by police”(Nodjimbadem). Eric Garner is a Black man who was killed by the a policeman who placed him in an unnecessary chokehold, a chokehold that would end up with fatal results.
In the majority of criminal cases, the eyewitness is asked to provide information about what occurred at the crime they saw, and this information is stored in conscious recall, explicit memory. The major problem with recalling from explicit memory is that humans don’t remember every exactly, they remember a general idea of the scene they are reporting. When recalling information, the eye witness can mistake color, shapes, objects, people, and many other aspects. A national litigation and public policy organization called The Innocent Project, works to exonerate innocent convicts who were unjustly convicted due to lack of DNA evidence testing and eyewitness misidentification. They claim that the majority of wrongly convicted people is due to eyewitness
That is, it makes perfect sense if all the police are trying to do is maximize in the short term the number of their successful searches and arrests.” For example, if a shooting breaks out everyone will automatically think it is somebody of the arabic descendent not someone who’s white or black. In 1995, the oklahoma city federal building was bombed, killing 168 people, and leaving many more injured. The suspects were 2 white people, however, they were able to flee the scene because the cops were looking for an “arab terrorist.” It’s moments like that when
Robert Smith had an extreme mindset due to the injustice of black people he saw on a day to day basis, this then, turned into a violence mindset and Robert Smith began killing innocent white people. Robert Smith could not take the pressure in being Sevens Days, which is one of the reasons that Robert Smith committed suicide. In the article I read “ An Excursion into the Black World: The “Seven Days” in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon,” there a quote that I read that strongly connects to my argument “ It is surely death that a black man faces when he murders a white person in America.” Although nobody killed Robert Smith because of the death he had inflicted on white people, Robert Smith still faced death due to the stress of being in the Seven Days. Robert Smith had an extreme mindset that made him join the Sevens Days to cause violence on innocent white people. Robert Smith realized that his only way out of the Seven Days was death, because of the extreme mindset he once had, he could never return to the black community because he knew that it is like death being a black male in
As I have stated already, the main reasons were that they [Klu-Klux-Klan] were killing and brutally murdering black politicians, or even, any random citizen who was either for the “Reconstruction” . The other reason I stated was that they brought to many problems to themselves, that the “Northern Neglect” did not feel like they should be responsible for that. Tens of thousands people who live here all blame the ‘Northern Neglect” for this cause that was once beautiful. If only they would hear my argument on why I believe in what we did to them was very horrible,we were killers. They are just holding a deaf ear, but we can come to conclusion that it was our fault for this act that was once supposed to be a way to make America a land of opportunities, but instead turned it to a land of
Every day you hear the news talking about how another person has killed an inncoent young black person or how horrible the killer is even when nothing is known about the tradigy. Just like people love to spread false information the news is the number one place it becomes unfair to the one being called on. There has been
If there would have had better training, they would have known the boys were unarmed. Also, police are killing innocent people who are just enjoying their daily lives. Lastly, killing people has become such a trend in America that many people fear to even walk out their
There’s a lot going on about the world and how cops use excessive force when it comes to taking down the bad guy.This topic focuses on the black lives matter movement because they are letting cops get away with murder because the color of their skin and they wear a blue uniform with a badge. In many cases such as Michael Brown, Christian Thomas, and the little African American who the cop threw out the chair in SC. where the authority use excessive force to make their position clear in the society, but they do it too extreme and not needed. While sometime the amount of force is needed to withstand the victim , police abuse their authority in many cases because they can and is not needed but racial bias is playing a part. In many cases, the use of excessive force is needed, but also in many cases it’s not.
This issue has also come to the point of people committing suicide for their cause. Those who are unaware of this situation are insensitive to the topic and therefore are unaware of the many brutalities citizens face every day due to racial