by Diane Pellotieri
"Every police officer in Ferguson and everywhere else in United States, pretty much, has this right to use their own discretion. This discretion is not the product of some super accountable critical race education. This discretion is the product of what power structures in our country are making in terms of language, media, patriarchy, and social norms. Police people are not judges, but they have the ability to make so many decisions about our freedom that they can basically act as judges, not only of the law, but of race, class, sexuality, and communities. We must take power away from the police." Victoria M. Ruiz
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reflections in a mobile home, sandy skoglund, 1977