I have listen to numerous people who say rebellions and revolts are unproductive and nothing good comes from engaging in them. The historical record would prove that patently false. It depends I guess on what you define as successful or how narrow of a view you are taking. Are the criticism of those who are engaging the police and engaging in rebellious activities accurate? Can non-violent tactics resolve the systemic problem of police violence and murder? Examining these questions from a historic and contemporary perspective.
*This is not an endorsement or a condemnation of any tactic any person decides to deploy in response to the murders and brutalization of people in their communities. It is for public debate on the systemic problem of police violence and murders in the USA.
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