Students listen to Angela Davis at an anti injunctions rally. Photo by Eric K Arnold.
The city of Oakland is divided over whether gang injunctions will help reduce a long-standing problem of street violence. Here we report on a grassroots campaign, aiming to stop what many activists say is a problematic policy of racial profiling, that won’t help make the community any safer. Listen to the full segment and watch the three minute video below.
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