Tamir Rice was only 12 years old when he was fatally shot by a police officer while playing with a fake gun at a public park. Justice was not served for Tamir Rice and his case, along with Michael Brown in Ferguson, started the Black Lives Matter movement in 2014. This case got national attention for its tragic loss and for the police officers getting away with another murder. As always, let us know what you think of this case or if you have any case suggestions on our social media accounts or by email: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @coldclawsandcrime CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE: https://coldclawpodcast.wixsite.com/my-site See you next Wednesday!
Chris and Victoria discuss the murders of Tamir Rice and Antwon Rose Jr.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimetherapy/support
Since time began, children have played games like cops and robbers, where they ensure the good guys always win. In their minds, it's simple; the good guys win and the bad guys lose. The older we get, we realise things don’t always turn out that way, but it doesn’t stop us from wishing it did. One boy in Ohio was playing with his toy gun, trying to defend the bad guys, when he was shot and killed by a police officer. Why? Let's uncover how Racism Killed Tamir Rice. Twitter - @Uncover_podInstagram - uncovertruecrimepodCase Suggestion Form - https://forms.gle/mUDbNYeoTZ5kGfaq7Music: The Rake & Dark Rage by CO.AG and The Art of Silence by UniqAll sources and picture can be found at www.uncovertruecrimepodcast.co.u
Mikem and Gaby discuss the hardships Mikem encounters as a multi-artist. We dissect how musicians often struggle to persevere in a racially charged industry; however, we also acknowledge his personal traumas that impacted his career --losing his girlfriend, unstable mental health, lacking the inspiration to pursue a career in an environment that doesn't want to see you succeed. Despite these internal and external dispositions, Mikem emphasizes senses of community and authenticity as focal points for resilience. As we analyze the racial barriers in the music industry, Mikem believes it's extremely important to stay humble and remain true to your craft. Today is also Mikem's birthday, so listen to this episode in celebration of him! Happy Birthday, Mikem!
In 2014, Tamir Rice was fatally shot by a police officer while playing with a toy gun. He was 12 years old. Video editor Taylor Turner speaks with his mother, Samaria Rice, on the trauma she still carries. And, Samantha Schmidt on why the decrease in reports of child abuse isn’t cause for celebration.Read more:WATCH: On Tamir Rice’s 18th birthday, his mother addresses PTSD and police brutality. With kids stuck at home, emergency doctors report more severe cases of child abuse. Subscribe to The Washington Post: https://postreports.com/offer
Tamir Rice, a 12 yr old boy was shot and killed in Cleveland, Ohio in 2014.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/harrietcammock/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/harrietcammock/support
Rest In Peace: George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, David McAtee, Tamir Rice, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Oscar Grant, Eric Garner, Philando Castile, Sandra Bland, And The Thousands Of Others Lost
Five years ago, 12-year old Tamir Rice was shot and killed by a police officer in Cleveland, Ohio. Rice, who was playing with a toy pellet gun, was shot by the officer within two seconds after he got out of his police car. The incident was the latest in a series of police killings and excessive use of force incidences in the city. A Department of Justice investigation completed a few weeks after Rice's killing found persistent and systemic patterns of misconduct by the Cleveland Police Department. This episode looks back at how local organizers and activists in Cleveland engaged in a daily resistance struggle to make changes in policing culture in the aftermath of Rice’s death. It also looks at the broader terrain of the Black Lives Matter movement and related discourses that position racial justice at the forefront of U.S. politics and policymaking. We have two guests. Joseph "Joe" Worthy is the Ohio Director of Youth Leadership and Organizing at the Children’s Defense Fund. In 2014, he was a member of the New Abolitionist Association and a frontline activist working mainly with young people in response to the police killing of Tamir Rice. Dr. Tehama Lopez Bunyasi is Assistant Professor at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. She is the co-author (with Dr. Candis Watts Smith) of the new book, Stay Woke: A People's Guide to Making All Black Lives Matter.