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American Government Racism: Past and Present

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Uploaded on Jul 24, 2011

Abayomi Azikiwe speaks about American government racism historically and in the context of current policies and actions. The presentation was part of a panel discussion on "Resisting Profiling, Preemptive Prosecution and Prisoner Abuse, A citizens hearing to confront repression of human rights and civil liberties by the criminal justice system." The event was July 16, 2011, in Detroit, Michigan (USA).

The panel presentation focused on how the 'War on Terror' climate and its repressive legal practices in the criminal justice system have affected civil liberties and human rights of Arab, Muslim, African American, South Asian, and all immigrant communities and the broader social justice movement.

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