Essay on Police Brutality And Racial Profiling

756 Words Apr 28th, 2015 4 Pages
In the United States, police claim that they are there to protect its citizens, but in fact, it is totally false. Since the founding of The United States, police Brutality and racial profiling has not stopped until today. Police brutality and racial profiling have been happening, especially on young black man, and racial profiling on none white people. For example, Police Brutality has lead Michael Brown dead in Ferguson, Missouri on August 9, 2014. Arizona Immigration law enforcement of randomly checking people ID is a form of racial profiling. A 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot by police in Cleveland. Overall, police brutality has dramatically decreased compared to when African American was fighting for their civil right in The United States. In reality, there is no room to debate. Police brutality in Birmingham Alabama in the 1963 was one of the main targets that the Nonviolence protesters were hoping for to lead African Americans successful on desegregating Birmingham Alabama.

The civil right Movement of Albany Georgia in 1961 was a failure because the strategies of nonviolence was not proceed in a right way. States by the university of Stanford, Charles Sherrod and Cordell Reagon of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) organize the movement in Albany Georgia. They gaining support from college students, local ministers and other in the community. SNCC contested racial segregation in the bus and train stations, parks, and hospitals. Pritchett…

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