Black poverty is state violence, too: Why struggles for criminal justice and living wage are uniting – Salon.com

Employment racism and economic racism is deadlier than the gun. Economic racism kill generations relegating generations of Black and Brown peoples to the margins of society.

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For the second time in a week, the swelling protests against police brutality and an unequal criminal justice system coincided with planned labor strikes at low-wage employers yesterday, and for the second time, protesters joined forces, combining the struggle for a living wage with the struggle for the right to live free of police violence.

via Black poverty is state violence, too: Why struggles for criminal justice and living wage are uniting – Salon.com.

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