Immortal Technique Voices Support For Protests Over Police Killings

HipHop News Posted on June 2, 2020 at 2:00pm

Immortal Technique Voices Support For Protests Over Police Killings

"We all know that the support and we think that it is a necessity to keep more young people connected so that we know that this is a struggle that represents all of us," Immortal Technique says.

Reaction on camera to the news of 12-year, Tamir Rice being shot by police in Cleveland, Ohio last month, rapper Immortal Technique quickly wondered out loud why growing instances of police brutality and killings are isolated to poor communities of color.

"My question for you or maybe the audience is, why do you think the police can do no?", he asked. "Why not do it in rich neighborhoods? It is because they think that One can not get away with it? It is because of that White life is worth more than Black life? Rich life is worth more than poor life? What is it? I think that when you ask questions like that, even if you are a skeptic, even you are a person who thinks Darren Wilson is right, you don't want to ask yourself questions like that. You are going to end up getting answers that don't fit with your narrative of the world and society. focused on the ad {

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"Is the justice in the united states only for the rich people, then?", added. "Obviously there is a big difference in how people think that the police perceive so-called minorities, even when we are most in the world. We have been trained to think that we are a minority politically minimize us. If we consider that then there is that wonder, not only about that specific situation, but all of them in general."

Addressing the public anger and the protests against recent cases of police not being prosecuted fo


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