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Stolen Lives: A National Day Against Police Brutality</B>

October 22, 1998

Today is a national day of protest against police brutality. People from New York to Chicago to California will be marching and holding rallies throughout the day. Activists estimate the number of lost lives at 5,000 in the past decade.


  • Voice Montage of Stolen Lives read by Ossie Davis, Michael Moore, Jarret Quigley and Mario Van Peebles. Produced by Errol Maitland.

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