Talk:African American Policy Forum

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Some controversy[edit]

http://www.nbc12.com/story/31172753/controversial-film-shown-at-glen-allen-hs-slammed-as-white-guilt-video

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/education/wp/2016/02/11/parents-outraged-after-students-shown-white-guilt-cartoon-for-black-history-month/

Additions[edit]

Needs more current projects they're involved with as well as some coverage of their 2007-2015 activities. They began to be mentioned by HuffPo in 2015 [1].

  • Several important reports: [2]
  • #SayHerName, covered here in Safe Magazine and in Black Lives Matter by Sue Bradford Edwards it states "The AAPF focuses on women with its Say Her Name movement, which deals with police brutality against African-American women. The group argues that police killings of African-American men and boys garner major media attention, while similar incifents involving African-American women and girls are largely ignored. Say Her Name is meant to shed light on these incidents in an effort to bring equal justice to all portions of the African-American community." Page 96