A Community Conversation: Police Brutality And Your Vote

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Dallas Police Reform Organizing Project says
Before you vote this election, come hear how candidates feel about police brutality in the African American and Latino community in Dallas.

Police brutality is an urgent issue, a crisis both nationally and here in Dallas. Police use of deadly force particularly impacts African-American and Latino communities; and the use of deadly force against unarmed and mentally ill persons is a high priority concern across racial lines.

As active citizens and voters, we want you to know where the mayoral and city council candidates stand on these questions:
* Where do candidates stand on the issue of police brutality?
* Which candidates support the community call for police reform?
* Which candidates ignore police brutality in their community?

During this meeting we will be announcing the results of a candidate survey created by Mothers Against Police Brutality, The Dallas Peace Center, and the Dallas Police Reform Organizing Project and Weapons of Mass Empowerment.

We are also inviting candidates to attend this meeting and share their ideas directly with voters concerned about police community relations.

Hosted by: Dallas Police Reform Organizing Project, Mothers Against Police Brutality, The Dallas Peace Center and Weapons of Mass Empowerment

For more information contact:
Changa Masomakali
DPROP
214-404-3824

Babatunde Adetiba
WME
682-597-4408
babadetiba@gmail.com

Collette Flanagan
MAPB
mothersagainstpolicebrutality@gmail.com
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By: Dallas Police Reform Organizing Project

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