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A timeline of unarmed black people killed by police in the past year

Here's A Timeline Of Unarmed Black People Killed By Police Over Past Year

<b>From Arizona to New York, the cases have added to national outrage over deadly force used by police.</b>


City of Philadelphia

In this image police are shown beating Delbert Africa of the MOVE organization after he surrendered during a confrontation in 1978. One policeman is shown winding up to hit Africa on the head with a steel helmet. In 1985, The Philadelphia Police ordered a bomb strike on a black organization living in the middle of a heavily populated black neighborhood. As the family members ran out of the burning house, they were repeatedly shot at and many of them were either killed or forced to run back…


Unarmed People of Color Killed by Police, 1999-2014

Alberta Spruill, 57 - Unarmed People of Color Killed by Police, 1999-2014


Police killings since Ferguson, in one map

Here's how many people police have killed since the shooting of Michael Brown.



have it to where you work in the police department's morgue by yourself and they can't figure out how you always know and why you keep refusing the offer of becoming an investigator.


Behind the Lens: 2016 Year in Photographs

July 12, 2016 “President Obama signs a note for Samantha Thompson, niece of DART Officer Brent Thompson, one of five police officers who was killed in Dallas in July. The President and Mrs. Obama visited with families of the officers and other victims following an interfaith memorial service in Dallas.” (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)