Tell the Cincinnati Police to Stop Killing Black People
In an effort to provide solidarity to the Black resistance
in Cincinnati, Ohio (USA) in the midst of recent riots and
a draconian curfew policy, Panic! Brixton Poetry invites all
who find this page to contact the Cincinnati police and tell
them to stop killing Black people.
001-513-352-3505 (West End)
001-513-352-3591 (Hyde Park)
001-513-352-3574 (Price Hill)
The Cincinnati Riots arose in response to the most recent killing,
by the police, of an unarmed Black man, the fifth since November.
George Bush Sr. once called Cincinnati his favourite city.
Perhaps, this is due to it being the "Apartheid of the Heartland".
In the "Queen City" one finds a segregated city where affluent whites
live in the suburbs or in fancy riverside high rises and the large
black population crammed into the urban sectors, including places
like College Hill and old German enclaves such as Over the Rhine.
Conveniently for the white middle class, the inner city is separated
geographically from the suburbs by a "greenbelt" called Mt. Airy Forest.
One will rarely see a black family cross this "Great Divide".
It is time to do something to change this situation of oppression and
exploitation of our brothers and sisters in the struggle for freedom.
Panic! urges all to make the effort to make the call!
Stop Police Brutality! Stop Racist Violence!
Cincinnati Black United Front
One People's Project
Anarchist People of Color
Some Lessons from the Cincinnati Riot
Black Radical Congress
Stop Police Abuse
1996 Brixton Riot
Stephen Lawrence Family Campaign
European Movement to Save Mumia
Complaints Against Police
Movement for Justice
Police Complaints Authority (UK)
Police Complaint Centre: Police Abuse
Buffalo Forum on Police Abuse
Police Abuse and Mumia
Police Justice Resources
Panic! Art Gallery