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  • Which game are you most looking forward?
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  • And be honest with yourself when you answer.
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • And if you resist the idea of better training, of establishing policies that ensure the enforcement of due process rights, ask yourself why.
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • We need an end to the violence. We need an end to the ongoing oppression of black Americans.
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • We need citizens, like us, to step up and hold our public servants accountable. It's not enough to tweet about it. We need real action.
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • We need citizen review boards across the nation for law enforcement agencies.
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • We need training in de-escalation techniques for law enforcement. We need a system that doesn’t allow cops to circumvent due process.
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • … which means I have a right, even a duty, to resist -- with violence or civil disobedience. You should pray I choose the latter.”
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • In that film, James Farmer, Jr. goes on to say this. “Saint Augustine said, ‘An unjust law is no law at all,’ …
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  • If you don’t see the parallels between police killing unarmed black people and lynch mobs in the 1930s, yours is a willful ignorance.
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • "No matter what he did, the mob was the criminal. But the law did nothing -- just left us wondering why.”
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  • "Was he a sharecropper? A preacher? Were his children waiting up for him? And who were we to just lie there and do nothing? "
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  • He wonders what the man did to fall prey to the lynch mob. “Was he a thief? Was he a killer? Or just a negro?"
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • In that film, James Farmer, Jr., uses an example of a lynching he and his debate teammates witnessed to establish perspective in a debate.
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • Oooh, I'm probably about to say a lot about Great Debaters and how it relates to contemporary society. Buckle up.
    Beat Writer / Columnist
  • My favorite line from that film: “The time for equality, the time for freedom, the time for justice is always — is ALWAYS right now.”
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