DAILYKENN.com -- There are two legal ways to kill innocent blacks in America.
First, support abortion.
A disproportionate number of abortions kill black children.
Second, support anti-cop blacktivism.
The more cops stand down in black communities, the more black people kill each other.
If you are a white supremacist who hates blacks and wishes for their demise — or if you are a delusional leftist who has retarded abstract thinking skills — you will want to support abortion and anti-cop blacktivism.
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Jhody Polk came to hear about the changes that may be coming to Gainesville, but she ended up recommending some of her own.
The city’s Black on Black Crime Task Force met Wednesday evening at Gainesville Police Department headquarters to discuss ways to reduce arrests in the city.
This was one of the monthly meetings for the task force, but this meeting was different. Two representatives from the National League of Cities (NLC) came to speak to the community about creating alternatives to arrests and jail time.
“Here, the black population is overrepresented in both the arrest population as well as jail, and so there is definitely a component of focusing on reducing the racial disparities in the arrest decisions and jailing decisions,” said Laura Furr, the Program Manager for Justice Reform and Youth Engagement for the NLC.
In the speech, Furr gave different examples of changes from other communities that Gainesville could implement. One of them was law enforcement officers getting new tools to take people having drug reactions to a treatment facility instead of jail. This is called “the drop-off method.”
“The primary purpose really is to make sure that we’re using jail to protect public safety and everyone else is going into services that really meet their needs,” said Furr.
The meeting room consisted of community leaders, law enforcement, politicians, and regular people living in Gainesville. All of them are part of the task force.
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