Police Brutality In 'Force Continuum'

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An issue I am passionate about is… …feminism. I believe that there is a common misconception, particularly by men, that once voting rights for women were established, feminism was no longer necessary. Unfortunately though, that is definitely not the case. Women still make less money than men for the same jobs, sexual assault cases are way too frequent, and women are underrepresented in almost every professional field. I gravitate towards feminism because true feminists are advocates for equal rights for all, and tackle issues such as the public opinion that male rape victims are less legitimate. While keeping their focus at heart, feminists acknowledge and support all others who suffer from systemic prejudice as well.

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…police brutality. I have never seen nor experienced police brutality, but I have seen countless videos and it is hard to deny the fact that there is something wrong. Additionally, I read a play in my theater class entitled “Force Continuum” written in 2001
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