August 15, 2022

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Cops thought they could arrest them for protesting in public, but activists turned the tables

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The growing and eclectic brand of activism known as cop watching continues to invent creative ways to confront overpolicing across the country. In this episode, Police Accountability Report hosts Taya Graham and Stephen Janis examine the arrest of two Youtube activists and how they responded in light of recent pushback from police departments across the country. The story illustrates how the grassroots movement of holding cops accountable continues to evolve in ways both unexpected and productive.

Pre-Production/Studio: Stephen Janis
Post-Production: Adam Coley, Stephen Janis

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