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What You Didn't See or Hear About Charlotte

What You Didn't See or Hear about Charlotte
Police overreact to peaceful protests in Charlotte and is now the time to demand national policy action.

On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Aurelia Williams, student at Georgia State University and a political and social activist in Atlanta, Michaela Brown of Baltimore Bloc, Sean Blackmon, Sputnik News Analysis. Aurelia Williams and Michaela Brown give there accounts of continued protests in Charlotte and describe what it was like to be in the city with protestors, police and the national guard. The group also discusses the over reaction and backlash by the American public anytime a black person speaks up or protests in America.

In a special third segment host Eugene Puryear is joined by Garland Nixon, host of News Views with Garland Nixon to talk about the space that has been created for the movement for black lives to demand policy changes. Garland Nixon also talks about black voter turnout in North Carolina after the most recent protests in Charlotte.

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