Transcript: November 5, 1992 Harlem riot in 1964 NYPD officers were present to enforce a city-ordered eviction of Bumper from her apartment because she was behind on her rent. Housing authority workers told police that Bumper was emotionally disturbed and she had threatened to throw boiling lye. When officer arrived, Bumpers refused to open the door so they broke in. While struggling to subdue her, an officer shot Bumpers twice and she died as a result. The officer who shot bumpers was charged with second degree manslaughter and was found not guilty. Michael Stewart Baltimore, Maryland February 6, 2014 Mark Clark (22) and Fred Hampton (21), members of the Black Panther Party were both murdered during a police raid as they were sleeping in their Chicago, Illinois apartment. The police raided the apartment with a warrant to search for weapons, but evidence later disproved this. The raid was one of many of the government's attempts to weaken the Black Power Movement. Although, 99 of 100 bullets fired during the raid were fired by police and they falsified their reports, no one was indicted. Bastrop, Texas Yvette Smith Philando Castile was pulled over for a broken taillight. After being asked for his license and registration, he told police that that he had a license to carry a weapon and that he had one in the car. As Castile was reaching for his license and registration, the officer shot him four times in his arm in front of his girlfriend and their four year old daughter. Castile died on the scene. Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. July 6, 2016 Timothy Stansbury Jr. Night of December 4. 1969 Chicago, Illinois Victor Steen was seen riding his bike through a construction site in the middle of the night by Officer Jerald Ard. Officer Ard attempted to stop him for questioning and Steen didn't stop. Officer Ard tried to tase Steen out of the window of the moving police cruise, but failed and ended up running over Steen who was pronounced dead on the scene. Following this, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement changed its policies regarding tasing and vehicular pursuits. Eleanor Bumpers Officers responded to a domestic disturbance call at the home of Yvette Smith and her boyfriend. When Smith opened the door, officers shot her. Officers initially said that Smith had a firearm but the sheriff's office recanted the statement the next day and no evidence supports that story. The officer involved, Daniel Willis was found not guilty. Midnight on February 4, 1999 15 year old James Powell and a group of his friends would mess with landlord Patrick Lynch. One day James and his friends began chasing Lynch because he had hosed them down for being on his property. Police officer Thomas Gilligan witnessed the scene and began chashing the group of boys. Officer Gilligan shot James in the chest and he died. His death caused the start of the Harlem Riots. Boyd's girlfriend called the police because Boyd was feeling disoriented and needed an ambulance. Witnesses believe he was under the influence of narcotics and needed medical evaluation. When police arrived, they began to physically subdued. After being subdued, Boyd was given Hadol by the medics. Boyd ended up in intensive care and remained there for three days before he died. The autopsy reports have not yet been released. Tawon Boyd Mark Clark (left) and Fred Hampton (right) were killed by Chicago police during a raid. Bronx, New York Dallas Police Officers Henry Glover was shot at a strip mall a couple days after Hurricane Katrina. Glover and his friends were attempting to get help and the officers refused to help them and they ended up handcuffed. A rookie officer shot Glover in the chest, took off with Glover's friends car and set fire to it with Glover's body inside. St. Paul, Minnesota The four NYPD officers involved drove past Diallo and thought he matched the description of a serial rapist. They approached Diallo and he ran. He ignored their orders and pulled a wallet out of his pocket which they mistook for a gun. They fired 41 shots and Diallo was hit 19 times. The officers were charged with second degree murder and were acquitted of all charges. Blue and Black By: Maya Dorsey Malice Green was stopped by police officers Walter Budzyn and Larry Nevers in a neighborhood in Detroit. When they asked for Green's drivers license, he walked to the passenger side of the car and he seemed to hiding something which the officers though was a vile of crack cocaine. Green wouldn't let go of the object in his hands so Officer Never struck him in the head 7 to 14 times. Green later died because of his injuries. Both cops were charged. Detroit, Michigan Amadou Diallo Officer Neri and his partner were patrolling the rooftop of an apartment of the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. Officer Neri approached the rooftop door to check the staircase inside. Stansbury opened the rooftop door and startled Officer Neri who shot Stansbury once in the chest. The grand jury found the death to be accidental. Micah
Transcript: Ferrell crashed his car and knocked on the door of a nearby house. The woman inside called the police. Police said that when Ferrell was apprehended, they shot him. Ten times. Security guards shot Jefferson to death during a "bizarre chain of events outside of an apartment complex. Zongo was shot four times (twice in the back) by officer Bryan Conroy during a police raid in a storage facility where Zongo worked. Zongo was unarmed and his business (art and musical instrument reparation) had nothing to do with what the police were investigating (CD and DVD piracy). Jonathan Ferrell September 14, 2013 Nilay Patel Wendell Allen March 7, 2012 Crawford was fatally shot while carrying a pellet gun in a Wal-Mart. The gun was unsold merchandise and out of its package. A man named Ronald Ritchie told 911 that he looked like he was pointing it at people, but a month later he admitted that Crawford was not pointing the gun at people. Four plainclothes officers fired a total of 41 shots at Diallo outside of his apartment in the Bronx. Nineteen hit him. He was armed with a wallet, which an officer mistook for a gun when he pulled it out of his pocket. Officers initially approached him because he supposedly matched the description of a serial rapist. Black and Blue Aaron Campbell January 29, 2010 Police officers spotted Washington on a Los Angeles street. He reportedly approached them, appearing to be removing something from his waistband. He was shot and killed. No weapon was found on him. Later, Washington's family revealed that he was autistic Campbell was shot in front of his apartment after being reported to the police as suicidal and possessing a gun. Campbell was unarmed. Campbell was walked backward with his hands behind his head. Officer Frashour told Campbell to put his hands straight in the air. When Campbell did not comply, Frashour shot him. Jones' neighbor accused him of assault. Police arrived and Jones fled. According to Officers PerezAngeles and Daza-Quiroz, when they caught up with Jones, they thought that he was reaching for a gun, so they fired at him. Six of their nine shots hit Jones who was unarmed. Allen, unarmed, dressed only in jeans and sneakers, was shot and killed Orleans police officer Joshua Colclough executing a search warrant of Allen's home for marijuana. Powell was shot by police who responded to a 911 call accusing him of stealing some energy drinks and pastries. Cops claimed that he approached them holding a knife "in an overhand grip"; video footage of the incident shows that Powell did not come as close to the police as they reported and that his hands were by his side. Police shot him within 15 seconds of arriving at the scene. John Crawford III August 5, 2014 Kajieme Powell August 19, 2014 Amadou Diallo February 4, 1999 Kendrec McDade, March 24, 2012 Ousmane Zongo May 22, 2003 Jordan Baker January 16, 2014 Derrick Jones November 8, 2010 Steven Eugene March 20, 2010 An off-duty police officer thought Baker fit the description of robbery suspects both they and he were wearing black hooded sweatshirts. A scuffle and foot chase ensued. Baker, who was unarmed, was fatally shot.
Transcript: The novel "Black and Blue" by the author Anna Quindlen portrays life through the eyes of Fran Benedetto. Fran Benedetto is the victim of abuse and the biggest main character in this book. Her husband, Bobby, is the abuser towards his wife Fran. Fran tolerates his abuse in aspiration to keep a father figure for her son Robert. All of this changed one night. The night Fran Benedetto looked into her 10 year old son's eyes as he witnessed her beating. He looked with horror and disbelief as any 10 year old would do while watching a family member continuously get hurt. Fran, with her son Robert, seeks out to find help and finally moves far away from Bobby. From there she creates a new lifestyle with everything she now knows she deserves. Keeping in mind a quote Bobby always repeated to her: "I will never let you go." Despite her new life she still lives on with the thought that it is only a matter of time. As predicted, Bobby showed up at Fran's house and after beating her for the last time he takes Robert while he's at it. In the end, Fran restarts her life, gets married to Mike Riordan, and has a little girl named Grace. Fran's last quote is, "There’s not a day when I haven’t wondered whether I did the right thing, leaving Bobby. But of course if I hadn’t, there would have been no . . . Grace Ann. Your children make it impossible to regret your past. They’re its finest fruits. Sometimes its only ones." Definition: Spousal abuse, child abuse, or intimate partner violence can be broadly defined as a pattern of abusive behaviors brought about from one of the people in the relationship. One theme of the book "Black and Blue" could be domestic abuse. This is because of the way Bobby behaves towards Fran. He hits her right in front of their son, Robert. Throughout this novel, Fran puts up with a lot of abuse from Bobby in the beginning and end of the novel. THE END!! Thank you for watching! :) Husband of Fran Job: Police Officer Abusive towards Fran Came from abusive family In my opinion, the book "Black and Blue" was based off a very current issue that is frequently overlooked. Domestic abuse occurs in many households today and rarely gets brought to attention. This novel keeps the audience hooked with all the suspense. I was always left wondering what events will occur next in Fran's life. Overall, I would recommend this book to other people who are interested in psychological genres of books. Parenting/ Guidance The themes in this novel relate to real life because Domestic abuse occurs EVERYWHERE! Many households live with the burden of abuse and never bring it to anyone's attention. Fran, on the other hand, brought her situation to Patty Bancroft's attention and received help which benefited her and her son Robert's life. Mrs.Levitt, Cindy, Winney: Head of Women's Abuse Help Talk show Helped Fran change her name and move Ran an underground network of women against abuse Moved Fran from NY to Florida Heroes: Settings: Heroes 10 years old Son of Fran and Bobby Innocent Moves with Mom to Florida Victim of abuse Beaten by Bobby Wife of Bobby Narrator Mother of Robert Job: Nurse/Nurse Assistant All survived tragic occurrences within their lives. Mrs.Levitt = Survived holocaust Cindy = Escaped her terrible upbringing and still deals with the mental scars. Met at Lake Plata All had abusive relationships too Domestic Abuse Heroes in a novel show great courage and pick up characters that may be falling into bad places. A second theme in this novel is heroes. For example, Patty Bancroft could be considered one of Fran's heroes for saving her from Bobby and transporting her to Florida in order to start her new life. Winney, Grace, Cindy, and Mrs.Levitt (all friends/family of Fran) also helped her through this emotional time. As friends they supported her and protected her throughout her journey. Patty helped move Fran into Florida, change her name to Beth Crenshaw, and attempt to keep her out of harms way. Brooklyn, New York Lake Plata, Florida Black And Blue Mini Summary Themes and Messages Parenting/ Guidance Lastly, a third theme within this novel could be Parenting/ Guidance. The novel "Black and Blue" dealt with many parenting circumstances. For example, what to say to your child when removing them from their one and only father figure. Especially when you get moved miles away from NY to Florida. Domestic Abuse can destroy a family. How would you explain to your child that their father was abusive? What actions would you take in order to be safe and make it the least bit traumatic for the kid itself? Well, Fran Benedetto was faced with all these circumstances and the decision she made was for the best. Domestic Abuse: Sister of Fran Determined Unmarried Strong ideals Main Characters: Fran Benedetto (Beth Crenshaw): By: Emily Guillerault Grace: Bobby Benedetto: Robert Benedetto: Patty Bancroft:
Transcript: This novel is a great book and i recommend it to everyone =-p Bobby beats on Fran one last time and takes away their son Robert and disappeared.Some time passes and Fran has a new child name Grace Anna.But she is never sure if she made the right chose by leaving Bobby because her son Robert will no longer be in her life. Black and Blue was not olny a New york times bestseller but was also part of the Oprah's book club. eulB dna kalB Frances Benedetto also know as fran is the main character in this novel. Fran is a victim of abuse in a outstanding marriage that turns into her worst nightmare. Fran starts to feel like shes free from Bobby she started a new life made new friends and even met a new man named Mike who likes her but shes not ready to start a new relationship. Bobby Benedetto is frans husband whos a cop and a drunk who beats on his wife fran Benedetto. Robert can no longer wait to talk to his father so he calls him and Bobby traces the call and buys his ticket to Florida. Fran can no longer take the abuse from Bobby so she runs away to Florida with her son with alittle help from a women named Patty Bancroft. She changes her look and name to Beth Crenshaw and Robert name to Robert Crenshaw. Published in 1998 Robert Benedetto is frans and bobbys 10 year old child who is starting to become queries as to why his mother is always falling and getting hurt but deep down inside he knows why. By Anna Quindlen Black and Blue
Transcript: extras: Cindy , Winney ,Mrs.Levitt Themes & Messages Opinion setting I honestly liked the book. It's based on a serious issue that the world deals with all the time. It's sad but true and this books speaks for everyone who doesn't have the voice to speak their minds. Anna Quindlen Black and Blue Robert Benedetto -Son of Bobby and Fran -Innocent kid -10 years old Patty Bancroft -helped Fran change her name -help her get away Grace -sister of Fran -determined Main Characters Fran Benedetto -Victim of abuse -Wife of Bobby -Mother of Robert Narrator Job: Nurse Bobby Benedetto -husband of Fran -Abusive towards Fran -Father of Robert Job: Police officer Domestic Violence Heros Parenting Guidence struggle -Brookyn, New York -Lake Plata, Florida
Transcript: -Telling the victim that they can do nothing right -Showing jealousy -Embarrassing or shaming the victim -Forcing sex with others -Pressuring or forcing victim to use drugs Domestic Abuse -Educate children to respect their romantic partners. -Call police if you hear evidence of domestic violence. -Speak publically against domestic violence. -Donate to domestic violence counseling programs. Domestic Violence doesn't always mean physical abuse One in every four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. 25%-45% of all women who are battered are battered during pregnancy. One woman is beaten by her husband or partner every fifteen seconds. Solutions for Domestic Violence Domestic violence is frequently ignored or denied. Very few people recognize themselves as the abuser or the victim. Domestic violence needs to be ended for the sake of all women. "The boys had always been her reason to stay, but now for the first time they were her reason to leave. She'd allowed violence to become a normal part of her their life". -Liane Moriaty Black and Blue Kassie Hockenberry English 102 V "Abduzeedo." Design Inspiration. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Feb. 2017. "Domestic Violence." Findlaw. Thompson Reuters, 2017. Web. 26 Feb. 2017. "Domestic Violence Stock Photos and Images." 123RF Stock Photos. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Feb. 2017. "Domestic Violence Main Page." Domestic Violence Main Page. N.p., 1998. Web. 26 Feb. 2017. Moriaty, Liane. "Quotes About Domestic Violence (173 Quotes)." (173 Quotes). Goodread Inc, 2017. Web. 26 Feb. 2017. "'What I See' - A Domestic Violence Short Film." YouTube. YouTube, 11 Mar. 2016. Web. 26 Feb. 2017. Domestic violence is willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, or other abusive behaviors as part of a systematic pattern of power and control against another partner. Unfortunately domestic violence is way to prevalent all over the world. I disagree with the thoughts that some people think it is okay to inflict violence on others. Domestic abuse is more common with women but that does not mean that it does not occur with men as well. Often abusers come from households that have seen abuse or been abused. Children should not be brought up seeing this kind of violence in a household. This is a poor example for children. Often the victims do not know what to do and do not even know they are the victim. Hopefully one day abuse can be put to an end for the sake of future generations. Signs of Domestic Violence Work Cited
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Transcript: Expansion of the Death in Custody Reporting Act Stricter screening process Decreasing negligence in training methods There is no almost no bigger gap in America today, than the gap between the general public and the police force. This is not simply an issue of black males versus white police officers, but rather the level of accountability and responsibility each officer must be upheld too. It is also telling of how the general public must reform their anger against the police force in an effort to mend relations. The argument is not too prove which side is right, but rather to discuss that can be made as humanity to insure safety trumps old fires of hate and disdain. Introduction The Law of the Land Methods of Madness The use of lethal and excessive force is a very sensitive issues not only to the public but to the police force as well. Different types of training, in and out of the field, enable officers to dictate when the use of those forces are necessary beyond any reasonable doubt. The Guiding Hand of the Law Southern Coalition for Social Justice, (2016). Racial Disparity in Police Searches. "Social Coalition for Social Justice". http://www.southerncoalition.org/category/criminal-justice/racial-profiling/ Discover Policing, (2016). Training/Academy Life. "Discoverpolicing.org". http://discoverpolicing.org/what_does_take/?fa=training_academy_life Racial Profiling does exist Realzing that there is no quick and easy fix Federal Criminal Enforcement Police Conduct Death in Custody Reporting Media Cultivation-Long-term, cumulative exposure to media, which can cultivate our perceptions of social reality. Brandlin, A., (2015). New apps help citizens #FilmThePolice. "Deutsche Welle Akademie". http://www.dw.com/en/new-apps-help-citizens-filmthepolice/a-18507556 *It is worth noting, that while the correct usage of firearms is stressed, the amount of time and resources devoted to problem solving and conflict management is substantially lower. It begins with first setting aside pride, and then beginning the cycle of small things it takes to change the overall picture. The Faces of Media Changing the direction of "Media Cultivation" The Media Conclusion References Darker Profile, Easier Target Black and Blue Farkas T., (2016). Media Cultivation of Police Brutality. "The Oddysey Online". http://theodysseyonline.com/alabama/media-cultivation-of-police-brutality/215706 Violence for the Sake of Peace
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