Mothers Against Police Brutality, Inc.

Mothers Against Police Brutality, Inc. MAPB is a multi-racial, multi-ethnic coalition uniting Mothers nationwide to fight for civil rights, police accountability, and policy reform.
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A year ago George Floyd was murdered by Minneapolis cop, Derek Chauvin. Not much has changed because the can not be refo...
05/25/2021
Philonise Floyd shares message a year after George Floyd's murder - CNN Video

A year ago George Floyd was murdered by Minneapolis cop, Derek Chauvin. Not much has changed because the can not be reformed, it must be reimagined and reconstructed with humility and with a sovereign to preserve life.
https://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2021/05/25/philonise-floyd-anniversary-george-crump-keilar-sot-newday-intv-vpx.cnn

CNN's Brianna Keilar speaks to George Floyd's brother Philonise Floyd and family attorney Ben Crump one year after George Floyd's murder.

READ: "She said she is "always amused" when she encounters the argument that officers involved in fatal shootings are th...
05/10/2021
Letter asks UN Human Rights Council to investigate U.S. police brutality against Black Americans

READ: "She said she is "always amused" when she encounters the argument that officers involved in fatal shootings are the "few bad apples" in the bunch. “We are into orchards, trees with diseased roots that are bearing rotten fruit," Flanagan said.

Click to read more about the formal request asking the United Nations Human Rights Council to investigate police brutality against Black Americans.

The director of the ACLU's Human Rights Program said an international inquiry would complement domestic efforts to address police violence in the U.S.

Mothers Against Police Brutality, Inc. is remembering the Mothers today who have lost their children to police brutality...
05/09/2021

Mothers Against Police Brutality, Inc. is remembering the Mothers today who have lost their children to police brutality. No Mother should be without their child and certainly not on this day that celebrates Mothers and certainly not because their child was stolen through police brutality.

"An insult to one Mother, is an insult to all Mothers~ Collette Flanagan- Founder, MAPB

Mothers Against Police Brutality, Inc. is remembering the Mothers today who have lost their children to police brutality. No Mother should be without their child and certainly not on this day that celebrates Mothers and certainly not because their child was stolen through police brutality.

"An insult to one Mother, is an insult to all Mothers~ Collette Flanagan- Founder, MAPB

Many of us "missed" this horrible police shooting- Thirty minutes before Chauvin was convicted for murdering #GeorgeFloy...
04/23/2021
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Many of us "missed" this horrible police shooting- Thirty minutes before Chauvin was convicted for murdering #GeorgeFloyd, a Ohio policeman, shot and killed a Black 16-year old girl.
#MaKhiaBryant was not having her "best" day, but she did not have to die. She was shot "four" times. If policemen can take white killers like Dylan Roof into custody alive and stop to feed him Burger King after he shot and killed 9 people, Ma'Khia should have been given the same consideration.

To be clear- she killed no one, she was in an altercation with women much older than her. Ma'Khia called the police for protection and they took her life.

Clinton AllenCollette Flanagan founded Mothers Against Police Brutality (MAPB) after her son, Clinton Allen, was shot to death by a Dallas police officer in March 2013. Had Clinton lived he would have been the 5th generation rancher in his family. Dallas policeman Clark Staller is still on duty with...

READ: "Let’s stop investing in police and start investing, at last, in the longstanding unmet community needs that under...
04/20/2021

READ: "Let’s stop investing in police and start investing, at last, in the longstanding unmet community needs that undermine the lives of so many people across this country.”
More on our media advisory: https://conta.cc/32wu8tx

READ: "Let’s stop investing in police and start investing, at last, in the longstanding unmet community needs that undermine the lives of so many people across this country.”
More on our media advisory: https://conta.cc/32wu8tx

Daunte Wright was 20 years old.
04/12/2021

Daunte Wright was 20 years old.

Daunte Wright was 20 years old.

Watch the live coverage of Dereke Chauvin's trial. The Minneapolis policeman that murdered #GeorgeFloyd#MAPB
03/29/2021
Watch live: Coverage of Derek Chauvin’s trial in George Floyd's death

Watch the live coverage of Dereke Chauvin's trial. The Minneapolis policeman that murdered #GeorgeFloyd
#MAPB

Watch live coverage of the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. Chauvin is charged in the May 25, 2020, death of George Floyd. Warning: This stream may include images and audio some viewers may find upsetting or disturbing.

01/18/2021
Mothers Against Police Brutality, Inc.

Dr. Martin Luther King's Last Speech- I've Been To The Mountain Top"
We Remember Dr. Martin Luther King Today. Fifty-Three Years Ago Dr. King Delivered His Last Last Speech: "I've Been To The Mountain Top" on April 3, 1968, at The Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee.
The next day Dr. King was assassinated on April 4th, 1968.
#MAPB
#MLK
#MLKDay

MAPB- We Remember Dr. Martin Luther King Today. Fifty Years Ago Dr. King Delivered His Last Last Speech: "I've Been To The Mountain Top" on April 3, 1968, at The Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee.
The next day Dr. King was assassinated on April 4th, 1968.

#MLK #MAPB

Honor Dr. King today by hearing families testimonies at the International Commission of Inquiry Hearings on Racist Viole...
01/18/2021
International Commission of Inquiry on Systemic Racist Police Violence against People of African Descent in the United States - Registration for Hearings (Media and Public)

Honor Dr. King today by hearing families testimonies at the International Commission of Inquiry Hearings on Racist Violence in the US today. (From Jan 18th-Feb 6th)

(Thursday, January 7, 2021) -- The National Conference of Black Lawyers (NCBL), the International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL) and the National Lawyers Guild (NLG) have assembled a commission of experts from around the world to investigate racist police violence against people of African descent in the United States. The International Commission of Inquiry on Systemic Racist Police Violence Against People of African Descent in the United States will broadcast live hearings online with testimony from victims’ families and lawyers beginning January 18, 2021, which is the day that the United States will commemorate the birthday of civil rights legend Martin Luther King, Jr. The hearings come to a close on February 6, 2021.

In June 2020 an international coalition of hundreds of organizations and individuals sent a communication to the United Nations Human Rights Council urging that the UN convene a commission of inquiry to investigate racism and racist police violence in the United States. The UN declined the request, though it did task the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights with preparing a report on racism.

Following the UN’s decision to not convene a commission of inquiry, the NCBL, the IADL and the NLG joined forces to establish a Commission of Inquiry. The Commission of Inquiry will investigate the systemic, widespread and grave violations of the rights of Black people in the United States and present its findings in a report. The report will be given to the United Nations High Commissioner and shared with the public.

“For decades people of African descent in the United States have sought in vain to seek relief from the systemic lynchings and killings under the color of law by petitioning domestic courts, including the United States Supreme Court,” said Lennox Hinds, Professor Emeritus at Rutgers University and chair of the Commission of Inquiry’s Steering Committee. Hinds, who practiced criminal law for decades domestically and internationally, continued, “This International Commission of Inquiry is our latest attempt to give voice to the international outrage resulting from the public lynching of George Floyd, to once again expose the pandemic of racist police violence against people of African descent and to hold the United States government accountable before the international community.”

The 12 Commissioners hail from countries around the globe and include notable figures such as Sir Clare Roberts, former President of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, UN Advisor and Chair of the CARICOM Reparations Commission and pioneering lawyer Hina Jilani, who is a member of the Nelson Mandela-founded group The Elders.

The hearings will be broadcast live via Zoom. For a full schedule of the hearings and other information about the Commission of Inquiry please
visit: www.inquirycommission.org

Register for the hearings at: https://bit.ly/inquirycommission

In June 2020, the U.N. Human Rights Council (HRC) strongly condemned “the continuing racially discriminatory and violent practices perpetrated by law enforcement agencies against Africans and people of African descent,” noting in particular the death of George Floyd on 25 May 2020 in Minnesota, ...

Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Ronald Jones ll is supporting Mothers Against Police Brutality for this year’s My Cause My Cleat...
12/13/2020

Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Ronald Jones ll is supporting Mothers Against Police Brutality for this year’s My Cause My Cleats. The theme of his cleats are “Say Their Names” honoring his sister’s father Paul Monroe, his highschool classmate Darius Tarver, and 16 other victims of police brutality from his home state of Texas and his collegiate and professional communities in California and Florida, respectively. Thank you RoJo for your generous support of MAPB and for using your platform to raise awareness.

Say Their Names:

Javier Ambler, Austin
Kevin Brown, Austin
Andres Guardado, Los Angeles
Botham Jean, Dallas
Atatiana Jefferson, Fort Worth
Mychael Johnson, Tallahassee
David Joseph, Austin
Sophia King, Austin
Robert E. Malone, OKC
Paul Monroe, Austin
Dominique Mulkey, Tampa
Landon Nobles, Austin
Jesse Lee Owens Jr., Austin
Lawrence Parrish (survived), Austin
Mike Ramos, Austin
Morgan Rankins, Austin
Darius Tarver, Denton
Walter Wallace Jr., Philadelphia

Policemen should never be dispatched to handle calls with mentally disturbed people involved. They are not trained to de...
10/29/2020
What we know about the Philadelphia Police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr.

Policemen should never be dispatched to handle calls with mentally disturbed people involved. They are not trained to de-escalate.
#WalterWallaceJr
#MAPB

Two Philadelphia police officers shot and killed a 27-year-old Black man holding a knife on Monday afternoon as his mother watched nearby. Protests in the city have raged in the nights since.

10/22/2020

We Remember: Mothers Against Police Brutality holds vigil for those killed by Dallas police, demands re-opening of 20 troubling cases.

District Attorneys use grand juries to give policemen immunity in police shootings in almost every police shooting case....
10/20/2020
Breonna Taylor grand juror says panel wasn't given a chance to consider homicide charges

District Attorneys use grand juries to give policemen immunity in police shootings in almost every police shooting case. We must have legislation to keep district attorneys from circumventing justice by using grand juries in such an egregious way. This is a terrible miscarriage of justice.
#BreonnaTaylor
#MAPB

https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/20/us/breonna-taylor-grand-juror-ruling/index.html

The Breonna Taylor grand jury was not given an opportunity to consider homicide charges in the case against police officers who served a no-knock warrant at her home the night she was killed, an anonymous member of the panel said Tuesday.

In Texas, a white police officer has been charged with murder for the fatal shooting of 31-year-old Jonathan Price, a Bl...
10/07/2020
TX Officer Charged with Murder in Shooting of Beloved Ex-College Football Player Jonathan Price

In Texas, a white police officer has been charged with murder for the fatal shooting of 31-year-old Jonathan Price, a Black man who was killed at a gas station on Saturday. Officer Shaun Lucas tased and shot Price, even though he was walking away from him and was “nonthreatening,” according to the Texas Rangers, who arrested Lucas.
Now let's get a conviction and send a message to cops that kill.
#JonathanPrice
#MAPB

In Texas, a white police officer has been charged with murder for the fatal shooting of 31-year-old Jonathan Price, a Black man who was killed at a gas station on Saturday. Officer Shaun Lucas tased and shot Price, even though he was walking away from him and was “nonthreatening,” according to t...

09/30/2020
394 Tuesday's Without Clinton

Join us as we remember and celebrate Clinton Allen. We will gather to honor his stolen birthday. Stolen plans. Stolen ideas. Stolen future. Stolen memories. Stolen life.

September 29, 2020 7pm

09/23/2020
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State of Kentucky announces whether charges will be filed against the officers involved in the death of #BreonnaTaylor

State of Kentucky announces whether charges will be filed against the officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor

BREAKING NEWS- "One" Officer Involved in Breonna Taylor Shooting is Charged with Three counts of "Wanton Endangerment."#...
09/23/2020
One officer involved in Breonna Taylor shooting is charged with three counts of ‘wanton endangerment’

BREAKING NEWS- "One" Officer Involved in Breonna Taylor Shooting is Charged with Three counts of "Wanton Endangerment."
#BreonnaTaylor
#MAPB

Louisville police fatally shot Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old Black woman, while they carried out a “no-knock” search warrant at her apartment in March. Taylor’s name has become a rallying cry — #SayHerName — for policing overhauls and racial justice nationwide.

#BreonnaTaylor#MAPBl
09/15/2020
Louisville has settled Breonna Taylor's wrongful death lawsuit

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The city of Louisville, Kentucky, has settled a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old EMT killed by police six months ago. A source told CNN Tuesday the agreement was a multimillion dollar settlement.

Unchecked authority and a lack of accountability  is dangerous to everyone in our society. This bad police culture of us...
09/10/2020
‘He’s a small child’: Utah police shot a 13-year-old boy with autism after his mother called 911 for help

Unchecked authority and a lack of accountability is dangerous to everyone in our society. This bad police culture of using deadly force without accountability will come to everyone's door...eventually.
PLEASE stop calling the police for help with your mentally challenged loved ones. Enlist family your family and friends for help,
#MAPB

"Why didn’t you just tackle him?” said his mother, Golda Barton. “He’s a baby. He has mental issues.”

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MAPB’s Beginnings

Collette Flanagan founded Mothers Against Police Brutality (MAPB) after her son, Clinton Allen, was shot to death by a Dallas police officer in March 2013. Clinton was unarmed; he was shot once in the arm, five times in the chest, and once in the back.

Mrs. Flanagan’s experiences in the aftermath of this official homicide – the indifference of Dallas City Hall, the lack of any assistance to the surviving family, the vilification of her son in the media, and finally the impunity enjoyed by the killer – turned her grief into anger and then into action.

A former IBM executive, Collette Flanagan has, in a very short time, built MAPB into an inter-generational, multi-ethnic, multicultural organization with both a local and national presence.

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