1. The StrykeZone - Episodes 14 & 15 Commercial

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    StrykeZone Episode 14 with Guest Mimi Carey will air Wednesday August 28, 2013 StrykeZone Episode 15: Six Flags - Out At The Park will air from Six Flags: Great Adventure on Wednesday September 11, 2013.

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    • Stop-and-Frisk: The Pastor

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      When Reverend Samuel Cruz of Sunset Park, Brooklyn has to tell his young nephews not to wear hoodies and not to walk a certain way, it is very clear the stop-and-frisk effect on his community is a serious issue. Reverend Cruz describes this effect as a "dehumanization of young people" that damages the spirit and leaves them with a sense of hopelessness. Stand with us by sharing this video.

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      • Newark releases data from 'stop-and-frisk' initiative

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        Newark releases data from 'stop-and-frisk' initiative. Photojournalist: Will Caldwell. Reporter: Rick Holmes. NEWARK - The Newark Police Department is going public with its "stop-and-frisk" statistics, despite the national controversy surrounding the practice. The department is the first in the country to release data from the program, including the ages, genders and races, but not the names, of those detained and arrested. In New York City, 680,000 people were searched in 2011, according to the ACLU. Statistical data for the month of July was released Thursday. It shows that 2,109 people were engaged by police, though not necessarily frisked. Of them, 568, or about 27 percent, were arrested or given summonses and 72 percent were black. Demographic information and data on whether force was used is included in the report. Information on how many days officers were suspended is also included. In July, that came to 192 days. Newark Police Director Samuel DeMaio admits the system has a few bugs. Reasons for the stops were also supposed to be listed, but were not. Whites and Hispanics were lumped together, making it impossible to know how many of each were stopped. "We already have our computer company we have the contract with working on the system and it will be fixed by next month," says DeMaio. The ACLU calls "stop-and-frisk" an intrusive tactic and is applauding the transparency. "One of the ways we learn about how 'stop-and-frisk' is being used is we learn what are the reasons behind a stop and a frisk," says Udi Ofer, Executive Director of the ACLU of New Jersey. "We look forward to having that data included in future reports." The information will be compiled and released every month.

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        • Respect

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          • Anthony on Stop & Frisk

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            • Floyd Decision Press Conference, Aug 12, 2013

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              The Center for Constitutional Rights hosts a press conference on the landmark decision in Floyd et. al. v. the City of New York et. al.. The judge ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, finding the New York City Police Department's policy and practice of "Stop-and-Frisk" to be in violation of both the 4th and 14th amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

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              • Stop-and-Frisk: The High School Senior

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                Kasiem Walters, a high school senior in Flatbush, Brooklyn, speaks about the countless stop-and-frisk experiences he and his friends have had over the years. From waiting outside a friend's house on the walk to school, to giving high-fives and being mistaken for selling drugs, Kasiem dreams of a time when he and his community can look around and feel like citizens of New York, not criminals. Stand with us by sharing this video. Visit: http://www.whereiamgoing.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/changethenypd Tweet: #WhereIAmGoing

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                • sean360x rEVOLution (Trayvon Martin Tribute)

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                  This rEVOLution (Trayvon Martin Tribute) video is dedicated to Travyon Martin, the teen who was shot and killed in Sanford, Florida in February of 2012. sean360x channels the frustrations of the masses as he offers this video as a call to LOVE in remembrance of Trayvon Martin’s life. sean360x composes music and artistry that reflects celebration of unity and a reverence for the value of living a quality-filled life. sean360x’s calls for justice and for unity, for calm, peace, and also for decisive action to achieve the rights of life, liberty, pursuit of happiness. “rEVOLution (Trayvon Martin Tribute)’’ urges for the channeling of collective frustration into something productive, rather than destructive. The message is that the strength of "LOVE is stronger than hate."

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                  • Legally Illegal

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                    Brought to this country, by this country and treated like a criminal ever since. Introducing Alden Nesbitt, a Caribbean immigrant who found himself undocumented through no fault of his own, 13 years after his family was recruited to the United States by the New York City Department of Education.

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                    • Mass Incarceration + Silence = Genocide. Act to STOP It Now! with Cornel West & Carl Dix

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                      On Monday, May 20, 2013, Cornel West and Carl Dix conducted a dialogue on mass incarceration of youth of color. The event was held the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew in New York and was sponsored by Revolution Books and the Stop Mass Incarceration Network.

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