BSA Hip Hop 3.4.21

BSA Hip Hop
hosted by Wes Flexner
Thursdays 7pm 92.7 / 98.3

Sweet Tea & Jazzy Joyce – It’s My Beat
Andre 3000 + Tyler The Creator – My Eyes Open
Rakim – Black Messiah
KRS One- Don’t Fall For It
Jay Z Nipsey Hussle- What It Feels Like
Jimmy Edger w Danny Brown
J.Rawls w LCP – BLAM
District 3’s Columbus’ Joyce Beatty aka Congressional Black Caucus Chairwomen Joyce Beatty……

Breaking news: Beatty Strongly Supports George Floyd Justice in Policing Act.

Beatty earlier this week unveiled the CBC’s ‘100 Day Plan’ that highlights numerous legislative and policy recommendations, including the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. For more information, please visit Beatty’s website.

If enacted into law, the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act would:
Prohibit federal, state, and local law enforcement from racial, religious, and discriminatory profiling and mandate training on racial, religious, and discriminatory profiling for all law enforcement.
Ban chokeholds, carotid holds, and no-knock warrants at the federal level and limit the transfer of military-grade equipment to state and local law enforcement.
Mandate the use of dashboard cameras and body cameras for federal officers and require state and local law enforcement to use existing federal funds to ensure the use of police body cameras.
Establish a National Police Misconduct Registry to prevent problematic officers who are fired or leave an agency from moving to another jurisdiction without any accountability.
Amend federal criminal statute from ‘willfulness’ to a ‘recklessness’ standard to successfully identify and prosecute police misconduct.

Create public safety innovation grants for community-based organizations to create local commissions and task forces to help communities to re-imagine and develop concrete, just and equitable public safety approaches.

Develop law enforcement training programs to institute best practices and require the creation of law enforcement accreditation standard recommendations based on former President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing.
 Reform qualified immunity so that individuals are not barred from recovering damages when police violate their constitutional rights.
Require state and local law enforcement agencies to report use of force data, disaggregated by race, sex, disability, religion and age.
 Improve the use of pattern and practice investigations at the federal level by granting the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division subpoena power and create a grant program for state attorneys general to develop authority to conduct independent investigations into problematic police departments.
Set up a Department of Justice task force to coordinate the investigation, prosecution and enforcement efforts of federal, state and local governments in cases related to law enforcement misconduct.
Public Enemy-Rest in Beats
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