MOSES'S PEOPLE SPEAK

Race, Conversations, and Law Enforcement

Moses's People Speak (MPS) is geared towards law enforcement, educational institutions, and community members/organizations whose mission is to participate in the conversation of criminal justice reform. Each webisode features a guest who speaks power through their truth with the goals of creating a better culture.  The term "Moses's People" derive from the narratives of Moses P. Cobb and Samuel J. Battle, both who were known for being persistent and dedicated to breaking down racial barriers in law enforcement.

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Ep 010: Speaking out on Injustice; The story of Ex-Officer Cariol Horne
The topic of Discussion: The story of Ex-Officer Cariol Horne
Jun 16, 1:00 PM EDT
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SPEAKING OUT ON INJUSTICE

Topic: Seeking Justice for Justus

Watch Episode 008: Speaking out on injustice 

Topic: Seeking Justice for Justus


Joining us on Moses People Speak is LaToya Howell (mother of Justus Howell) and Alice Howell (Grandmother of Justus Howell). Justus Howell was fatally shot in the back by Zion Police after a foot chase pursued. The family shares with us what took place that day, what role the media played, and who Justus was. Lastly, the family shares what justice would look like for their loved one. Funds are being raised for Justus Howell Memorial Monument. https://www.gofundme.com/f/justus-howell-memorial-monument

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EP 001: SPEAKING OUT

During this episode. Damon K. Jones talked about his life in law enforcement. and how law enforcement is deeply rooted in his family.  Mr. Jones discussed why it was important for BLEA to come out in support of Colin Kaepernick and how important police accountability is to instilling justice. Our conversation about speaking out on injustice leads to a conversation about police unions and how the culture is different between the national union and unions for African American police.  We also discuss what is need to establish trust between communities of color and law enforcement.

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