Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Friday, March 2, 2012
POLICE TERRORISM ESCALATES IN THE BRONX
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Thursday, November 17, 2011
INTIKANA BRUTALIZED & UNJUSTLY ARRESTED!
RDACBX strongly condemns Intikana’s immoral arrest, as well as the brutality inflicted upon him and others at the hands of the NYPD. As a Hip-Hop artist and educator based in the Bronx, Intikana is a valuable asset to his community, contributing his time and energy to address the very social and economic ills that the Occupy Wall Street protestors were denouncing.
RDACBX, along with our community allies, demand that the NYPD be held accountable for its unjust treatment of Intikana and others arrested at their predawn raid. In the Bronx, home of the poorest congressional district in the United States, our neighborhoods have disproportionally been affected by the crimes of the proverbial 1%. The process of gentrification, furthered by greedy real estate/banking interests, and enforced by brutal stop and frisk policing which profiles Black and Brown youth, has wreaked havoc on our community. In denouncing the brutal arrest of our member Intikana, RDACBX also calls for an end to the increasing militarization of our streets, which criminalizes the actions of peaceful citizens in defense of corporate interest.
DISMISS ALL CRIMINAL CHARGES!
DECOLONIZE ALL STREETS!
NO TO A POLICE STATE!