Something Is Happening Here: A Month of Resistance To Stop Mass Incarceration

Originally posted at PopularResistance.org http://youtu.be/rCHA6akOKSk In this clip form Acronym TV’s full show on the call for a month of resistance To Mass Incarceration, Carl Dix and Juanita Young call on people to recognize the injustice of the system of Mass Incarceration and join the resistance to put an end to it. Watch the full episode here. [...]

Orange is the New Black (Genocide)

Originally Posted at PopularResistance.org http://youtu.be/A6xU7rDvrMA In this clip form Acronym TV’s full show on the call for a month of resistance To Mass Incarceration, Carl Dix explains how Mass Incarceration equates to a slow motion genocide. “Genocide is a process. A process by which groups of people are identified, targeted, demonized, separated, and then as this [...]

The Cops Killed Her Son. That Did Not Stop Her.

Originally Posted at PopularResistance.org http://youtu.be/mKxX97UjlzI In this clip form Acronym TV’s full show on the call for a month of resistance To Mass Incarceration, Juanita Young talks about the death of her son, Malcolm Ferguson, a 23-year old man murdered by NYPD officer Louis Rivera. In June of 2007, a jury awarded Ms. Young $10.5 million. [...]

Why the Capitalist Elite Love Mass Incarceration

Originally Posted at PopularResistance.org http://youtu.be/iaZCwkmkLNw In this clip from Acronym TV’s full program, to discuss a planned month of Resistance To Mass Incarceration, Carl Dix breaks the war on drugs and the war on crime as proxy wars for the war on black, Latino, and oppressed people. This war, according to Dix, has been going on for [...]

With Mass Incarceration, U.S. is Guilty of a Slow Motion Genocide

This content is viewer supported. Donate today. http://youtu.be/pS3okcUAW7g Subscribe to Acronym TV on Youtube, and follow on Twitter & Facebook. If this were happening anywhere else in the world, Americans would be justifiably horrified: 1 out of every 100 adults are living behind bars in the United States, with 1 in 31 in some sort of correctional control, [...]