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Rivera 1 Sol S. Rivera Professor McCovery English 1302.46500 August 4, 2016 Americans Unite There’s this saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” This is true of the picture of  protesters on August 12, 2014 in San Francisco, California. They are honoring a victim of police  brutality.  It shows that people are fearful of the police and that they have had it with this kind  violence against black civilians. The picture is appealing citizens and police across America  emotionally.  When there are incidents police violence in the nation, people always show they  care by supporting the victims. The reason these protesters, which is made up of men and women from different ethnic  backgrounds, are together is to promote that police officers are biased against black civilians.   One particular sign insinuates that the police equals the KKK. Another sign says that “Don’t  Shoot #NMOS” meaning that the police shouldn’t shoot first then as questions later. There are  also dates attached to names on some of these poster to I infer that they’re death dates with the  victims’ names. Those that don’t have signs are gesturing with their hands up signifying the  “stick ‘em up” pose. This supports the caption underneath the picture “Crowd is chanting “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot.”” (Vos) There have a lot of police shootings the past several years.  The most recent is the  shooting of teen Michael Brown. People are holding steadfast in the emotional incident of the  shooting of teen Michael Brown all across the U.S. Another case of brutality is when Freddie  Rivera 2 Gray suffered a spinal injury when an officer used the choke hold method. An earlier case in Los Angeles 1992, a jury acquitted the four police officers who shot Rodney King. These are only a  few from dozens of incidents involving police brutality.     Police brutality against minority­based civilians had been prevalent across the nation  since the end of the 1890s. Almost a third of the continental U.S. has had numerous “race riots”  due to racial tensions amongst residents and law enforcement. (Row) These are all across the  board from the West coast to the East coast from North and South and even the mid­western  states. These protests and vigils show that American people do care what happens to other  American citizens in different parts of the country. Rivera 3 Works Cited “Thousands At Rallies to Honor People Who Died At Hands Of Police.” Vos Is Neias? 15 Aug.  2014. Web. 27 Jan. 2016. Rowen, Beth. “Major Race Riots in the U.S.: Read about some of the most violent riots in U.S.  History.” Infoplease.05 Aug. 2016 <­26­ 99askeds.html>.


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