[Updated] The “End Police Brutality” Campaign in Nigeria Is Very Different From the One in America

You may not find this on the mainstream media

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The demands of the younger generation
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The importance of this picture cannot be overstated. There is a tendency for the protest to be spun into a religious conflict. But this lady in a Muslim attire standing up for the cause renders that possibility to zero
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A view of one of the protest grounds
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A support group stating accountability. Nobody really asked them to. Just to show how sincere this has been.
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Another protest snapshot
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I think this speaks for itself
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Oh yeah, one of the things that makes a young person liable to be harassed is dreadlocks
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Reform — the exact word nobody wants to hear at this point
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A small number of known deaths through the hands of the SARS unit
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More on the list. But these are just the known cases
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One of the toughest governors made to cave in on this issue.

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