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 Building Bridges 
 
 Weekly Program
 Jaribu Hill, Executive Director of the Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights and Black Alliance for Peace
 Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg  
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No to Police Use of Military Weapons to Terrorize Black and Latinx Communities - Abolish the "1033 Program".

James Baldwin captured the sense of subjugation and domination wrought by increasingly militarized police, decades ago when he wrote that a police officer moves through Harlem like an occupying soldier in an increasingly hostile country. Weapons of destruction are used to terrorize our people. Therefore we cannot accept band-aid solutions to institutionalized terror under the cover of law. Jaribu Hill. Jaribu Hill, Executive Director of the Mississippi Workers Center for Human Rights and Black Alliance for Peace.
Produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
please notify us if you plan to broadcast this radio program -knash@igc.org

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