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Published on May 27, 2013
video courtesy of Greg Allen. in November 2011, a teach-in at the 103rd Precinct results in arrests after four minutes of singing and dancing. I was hoping to go inside and file a complaint. we were advocating that they stop Stop & Frisk. they arrested us after four minutes. think they'd have let us go five minutes if we were singing and chanting something they approved of? (I hear they let you sing and dance outside precincts for six minutes in China.) After 18 months, we're on trial for our four minutes of singing and advocating for a better solution. Really very very mainstream shit, just a public redress of grievances. Consider that NYPD S&F'd every young Black man in the city in 2011. (apartheid.) Viewers who have been assaulted by NYPD will notice Officer Kenneth O'Donnell pacing throughout the video. He beats up public speakers. (corporate oligarchy.)