Here’s a clipping from a news article covering a recent panel I participated in that focused on the impact of police brutality and the need to demilitarize the police.
“Relando Thompkins-Jones, the social justice educator of the GVSU Division of Inclusion and Equity, said the conversation about police brutality is too frequently centered on what people of color can do to prevent violence against themselves. He likened this reasoning to telling women their clothing choices could attract assault.
“The onus and the responsibility is so often put on people who are on the receiving end of this brutality,” Thompkins-Jones said.”
Read the full article: GVSU Panel Examines Impact of Police Brutality
From Aspiring Humanitarian, Relando Thompkins-Jones, MSW, LLMSW