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 National Alliance Against Racist And Political Repression - Refounding Conference
 Frank Chapman, Angela Davis, Mike Sampson, Tanya Wathins, Moderator: Loretta VanPelt
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  
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Plenary on the need for a movement for community control of the police as well as ending mass incarceration in the United States. Presentation on the historical demand for community control of police, its origins and why the movement to end police crimes must fight for community control of the police.
National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression

Southsiders Organized for Unity and Liberation (SOUL)
The historical demand for community control of the police dates to Reconstruction, the brief period following the Civil War, when Black communities flourished, democratically participating in government and control of the policing of their communities. They were betrayed by President Jackson when he removed Federal Troops and enabled white racist power to reassert itself through terror and Jim Crow laws.

SOUL is an independent grassroots, multissue, power organization that addresses community issues on Chicago’s South Side and South Suburbs.

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01:11:22 English 2019-11-23
 Chicago Teachers Union, Chicago, Il
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