Wednesday, March 27, 2013

4 Points in Response to Slander in the Media and Other Places About the March 24thProtest for Justice for Kimani Gray

March 27, 2013
#1 - It was important and righteous that a diverse group of people responded to the Stop Mass Incarceration Network's Call to come out on 3/24 for Justice For Kimani Gray.  We were uniting to take on a real genocide and standing with those who have been arrested and criminalized for standing up against the police murder of Kimani.  There are no “outsiders” in the struggle for justice.
#2 – It is vital that everyone in this movement be able to put forward their understanding of where this problem comes from and what the solution is. Open airing of these perspectives is very positive, not a distraction or “outside issues.”
#3 – Attacks and threats against people for putting forward their views are divisive and destructive. This serves the highly repressive state and its mouthpieces in the media in trying to demoralize, confuse, divide, and even frame or set people up for murder.
#4 – Everyone who is serious about ending the epidemic of police murder needs to get into the real revolution. I’ve gone to funerals and marched for victims of the police for 40 years.  I’ve seen Black mayors and police chiefs.  I’ve seen officials promise more accountability, better police training and CCRB’s and still the killings continue.  The murder of our youth by this system continues because the problem is deeper than that. That’s why I say it’ll take Revolution-Nothing Less! to stop police murder, and all the horrors this system inflicts on humanity.  Go to to get into what this revolution is all about through the new film, “BA Speaks: REVOLUTION – NOTHING LESS!”
Carl Dix is a representative of the Revolutionary Communist Party and a leader in the movement to stop mass incarceration.