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Darryl Walker Jr

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Conveyor Belt Imaginations

Assembly line minds, conveyor belt imaginations process human suffering with cold calculations. Social relations are reduced to a mere formula that was created by an auditor who works part-time as the coroner. Assembly line minds, conveyor belt imaginations require ‘round-the-clock... Continue Reading →

There Is No Conscious Capitalism

Ben & Jerry’s issued a statement of support for Black Lives Matter. I suppose this is a positive gesture that can raise consciousness. But I am suspicious whenever a company or corporation takes a public stance on societal issues. Taken... Continue Reading →

Attacking the Police is Not a Hate Crime

Like Louisiana, attacking the police could become a 'hate crime' in Chicago. At the federal level, similar legislation has been introduced. These laws were originally passed to deter violence against groups with immutable characteristics (i.e. race, ethnicity, sex, etc). In... Continue Reading →

Policing & the Hypocrisy of Public Access

A new law in North Carolina could block the release of body camera footage from the Keith Lamont Scott shooting. The law states that police departments choose whether or not to release the footage, and that the public can gain access... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on the Recent Police Shootings

A few thoughts on the recent police shootings:   1. The police chief from the Charlotte Police Department gave a press conference about Keith Lamont Scott and the protests it sparked afterwards. He admitted that tear gas and rubber bullets... Continue Reading →

Kaepernick & The Hostility We Ignore

In response to Kaepernick's protests, the Santa Clara Police Department is threatening to boycott working at 49ers home games. The police union is accusing Kaepernick of creating a "hostile work environment." The basic ultimatum is: either the Team disavow/discipline Kaepernick,... Continue Reading →

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