Black Male Achievement On Police Accountability


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The city of Portland’s Black Male Achievement program was founded in 2014 to improve outcomes for Black men and boys. In 2018, the group pushed for the elimination of Portland Police’s database of suspected gang members. Now, as people around the world protest police violence and systemic racism, Black Male Achievement is advocating for divesting money from the Portland Police and into community programs. CJ Robbins is the coordinator for Black Male Achievement. He joins us to discuss the recent protests, changes in Portland Police leadership and the future of police accountability in Portland.

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