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This past weekend we were honored to again broadcast live from The 3rd Annual Clinton R. Allen Youth Speak Out Against Injustice and Police Brutality, hosted by Mothers Against Police Brutality and sponsored by the Colin Kaepernick foundation. As we have mentioned several times in the past and will continue to mention in the future, there would be no CCRS ft Jacey without the Mothers Against Police Brutality organization that was created to honor the memory of Clinton R. Allen. Clinton Allen was unarmed when he was killed by Dallas Police officer Clark Staller on March 13, 2018. Clinton Allen would have been 30 years old this year.
The event again featured powerful testimonials from families who have had a family member killed by law enforcement, people who have been subjected to police harassment and bullying. The event also included a testimony from one of the thousands of families across the country effected by the current administrations cruel immigration policy. We are currently editing the video and audio from 3rd Annual Clinton R. Allen Youth Speak Out Against Injustice and Police Brutality. We will have the video available to stream via our Get Global Network website soon. The audio will be available for our listeners via the CCRS ft Jacey podcast later this week.
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