Police Brutality and White Supremacy: The Fight Against American Traditions
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11 Hours 17 Minutes
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Featuring original interviews with: Steph Curry, Chuck D, Yamiche Alcindor, Isiah Thomas, Jemele Hill, Craig Hodges, Stan Van Gundy, Mark Cuban, Jake Tapper, Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, Sue Bird, Kyle Korver, Rick Strom, Cenk Uygur, Tim Wise, Chris Broussard, Breanna Stewart, Rex Chapman, Stephen Jackson, Kori McCoy, Lora Dene King, Chikesia Clemons, Raymond Santana, Alissa Findley, Amber and Ashley Carr, Michelle and Ashley Monterrosa, Chairman Fred Hampton Jr., Abioudun Oyewole, Marc Lamont Hill, Officer Carlton Berkley, Pastor John K. Jenkins Sr., Officer Joe Ested, Captain Sonia Pruitt, and Bishop Talbert Swan. Etan Thomas, an eleven-year NBA veteran and lifelong advocate for social justice, shares his personal experiences with police violence and white supremacy, weaving them together with interviews of athletes, entertainers, media figures, and retired police officers, as well as family members of victims of police brutality. Thomas explores the origins of white supremacy and how it was interwoven into Christianity, and discusses the continued cultivation of injustice in American society. Through these unforgettable conversations and insights, Police Brutality and White Supremacy demands accountability for those responsible for, and justice for those impacted by, police violence and terror. It offers practical solutions to work against the promotion of white supremacy in law enforcement, Christianity, early education, and across the public sphere.