Bruins Against Police Brutality
We are an organization of people who are enacting grassroots social reform by a peaceful legal, social, and cultural process. We'd like to mitigate instances where police steal health and/or life from alleged criminals. The aforementioned police are not acting in self defense during these incidents. We believe these instances violate the 14th amendment of the U.S. constitution and we'd like to write a, "constitutional policing act," which would enforce the conviction of the aformentioned police brutes. Such convictions and incarcerations would theoretically discourage police officers from violating the constitutional rights of alleged criminals in the U.S. We plan to gain support for our legislation by aquiring a diverse and inclusice amount of ethnic art that promotes our core values of constitutional policing. ACEJAMHANAPAN+ stands for African American, Caribbean, European, Jewish, Arab, other underrepresented Middle Eastern, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, Pacific Islander, Australian, North Americans aka descendants of union and confederacy + immigrants that identify as North American, and all other ethnicities that possibly exist. In more detail, we'll create a website to showcase all kinds of home made ethnic art such as, music in another language, ethnic cooking videos, photos with tribal clothing, and anything else as long as the art also discusses constitutional policing. We want to use the power of diversity to empower the constitution which protect people of all races.
Signatories: Nina Gilshteyn, Rachel Rafael, and Aya Almasri
Advisor: Kristopher Kaupalolo
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