The purpose of this page is to compile a convenient list of articles on police brutality, racism, protesting, and that situation in general. More specifically, I wanted to create a single page I could use when debating those issues online, and to have a good starting point for those who are new to the subject.
Yes, there is a real problem with police brutality and systematic racism.
Racism in police use of force.
Racism in our criminal courts.
190 video clips of Police Brutality in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.
Police in America are so violent and trigger-happy that they are even killing each other.
My speech about police brutality and racism at the protest in Bettendorf, Iowa on June 13, 2020
Counterarguments to common anti-civil-rights statements
There are many rumors and false accusations against BLM and protesters that are later proven untrue.
The problem with “All Lives Matter”.
“Black on Black” Crime.
“Why are you protesting for this criminal?”.
“Why don’t you protest for [Insert name here]”.
“Why don’t you join the police department and fix it?”
Blaming protesters for riots.
“If they are innocent they have no reason to fear or run from the police”.
For the people who are tired of protests and activism surrounding police brutality and racism.
Confederate statues are not “history”.
Trump, police brutality, and racism.
Differing sources of information and opinions
All opinions are not of equal value.
A great example of the ignorance and bigotry of people who oppose civil rights.
Why the video of a black person saying racism doesn’t exist is meaningless.
Hidden hate behind “back the blue” rallies – an example.
Solutions to police brutality and racism
Concrete steps to fix the problem of police brutality in America.
Defund the police and reallocate certain responsibilities (and the associated budget) to other agencies that are better suited to handle those responsibilities.
Donate to fight police brutality and racism.
Protest! (This is not a link to click on to learn more as all I have to say on this subject is that everyone should participate in peaceful protests. Showing up matters. Find protests in your area, and attend those protests.)
Security advice for anti-racism activists
Communication security for protesters (and everyone really).
Civil rights activists need to be armed for self defense.
The rest of the articles I’ve written on police brutality and racism
I have written a lot more about police brutality and racism than what is discussed on this page. The entirety of the articles I’ve posted on this website can be seen here: All articles in the police brutality and racism category.