Russell Simmons To Celebrate The First Def Town Hall Meeting On The Reform Of The Police

HipHop News Posted on June 14, 2016 at 5:34pm

Russell Simmons To Celebrate The First Def Town Hall Meeting On The Reform Of The Police

Know your rights in All Def Digital for the first town hall meeting in los ANGELES.

Los Angeles, Ca - Russell Simmons invites the public to join him in All Def Digital for the first town Hall meeting to address the reform of the police in The Montalban in Los Angeles on June 23 at 7 pm PST.

The deaths of Black men, unarmed, women and children who were killed by White officers who have never been charged for their actions, has stimulated the conversation of whether or not the us police force is due to a change.

"We created this event to honor the life of Rekia Boyd, Freddie Gray, Tamir Rice, Trayvon Martin, Sandra Sosa, Eric Garner, Ayana Stanley-Jones, Mike Brown, and any other person who has been killed or persecuted by the excess of police force," reads a Facebook post signed by Simmons.

Those who want to attend the event must rsvp to gain entry. The town Hall meeting, the goal is to "help put a stop to more senseless deaths to reform and restructure the police officers in the practices, policies and procedures."

The reform of the police was chosen as the theme to "evoke the passion."

In 2014, Jay Z and Simmons met with New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, to address the same issue, the request of a special prosecutor to be assigned to cases related to police brutality.

The change was a result of the death of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner, who was choked to death by a police officer in New York for the alleged sale of cigarettes.

In November 2014, 12-year, Tamir Rice was killed by police in Cleveland, Ohio. The official response of the confused with your gun of Airsoft for a real gun because it lacked an orange safety feature. June 25 will mark Rice's 14 birthday.

The death of Sandra Sosa and Freddie Gray, followed very soon in 2015.

RSVP for All Def Digital in the first meeting in the town Hall here to understand their rights and to learn more about the reform of the police.

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