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Content warning: general discussion of police brutality against Black people.
What if we told you that, at least partly, the reason that police brutality persists so strongly in America today is corruption in President Nixon's Air Force? Drunk Law School is back with the first episode of a special three-part series on qualified immunity, Under Color of Law, with the case that created qualified immunity as we know it: Harlow v. Fitzgerald (1982).
Further reading for this episode:
If you're new to the fight for racial and economic justice, or if you're looking for reading material, places to donate, and materials with which to educate yourself, please see below.
- Opportunities for White People in the Fight for Racial Justice Where to Donate
- Black Lives Matter
- What You Can Do (Megathread) A Guide to Allyship and Why "All Cops Are
- Bastards" How to Support During the Black Lives Matter Movement
- Fighting Anti-Blackness Resource List (Harvard University)
- Non-Optical Accompliceship Toolkit