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ACAB Radio - Episode 3 - With Nissa Tzun ACAB Radio is a police accountability podcast that is broadcast LIVE every Tuesday on Facebook out of Las Vegas by 2 local activists from Food Not Bombs Las Vegas and Nevada Cop Block. We're your hosts: Kelly "Special K" Patterson and Jay Lyfer.
We focus primarily on local, national, and global police news stories that make headlines every week. We also discuss issues surrounding the homeless crisis here in the US and abroad. We cover these topics because it's something that we are all very passionate about, but we do talk about other stuff too. We hope you all enjoy the show! If you find value in our content please consider supporting our work...

On the third ACAB Radio Las Vegas podcast Nissa Tzun came on as a guest to discuss the Forced Trajectory Project and Families United 4 Justice. She also discussed some of her own background and how that led to her becoming involved with issues of police abuse and violence and supporting the families of the victims though those projects.

The show was very good and informative. Hopefully, we will have Nissa and some of the people and families she works with on again, because an hour really just wasn't enough time to talk about everything she's doing and the impact it's making within the communities she works in.

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ACAB Radio - Episode 6 - With Nissa Tzun ACAB Radio is a police accountability podcast that is broadcast LIVE every Tuesday on Facebook out of Las Vegas by 2 local activists from Food Not Bombs Las Vegas and Nevada Cop Block. We're your hosts: Kelly "Special K" Patterson and Jay Lyfer.
We focus primarily on local, national, and global police news stories that make headlines every week. We also discuss issues surrounding the homeless crisis here in the US and abroad. We cover these topics because it's something that we are all very passionate about, but we do talk about other stuff too. We hope you all enjoy the show! If you find value in our content please consider supporting our work...

On the sixth episode the ACAB Las Vegas Radio ( https://www.facebook.com/ACABradio/ ) weekly podcast, Nissa Tzun of the Forced Trajectory Project ( ForcedTrajectory.com ) and Families United 4 Justice ( FU4Jnetwork.org ) came on again as a guest. (She previously appeared on our third show: https://youtu.be/h0__1_5sMiw )

Among other things, we discussed the "Justice for Tashii Brown - 1st Year Mother's Day Vigil" (https://www.facebook.com/events/943016019208325/ ), which will take place on Sunday May 13th in front of the Bellagio Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip at 3pm (PST). As the title of the event indicates, this vigil commemorates one year since Tashii Brown was murdered by LVMPD Officer Kenneth Lopera at the Venetian Hotel early in the morning of Mother's Day 2017. (More info - https://nvcopblock.org/?s=tashii+brown )

Incidentally, the already inadequate charge of "Involuntary Manslaughter" that Lopera is facing for purposely choking Brown to death is currently under review by a grand jury that has the ability to vacate that indictment. After already having been postponed twice the grand jury's decision on whether to uphold those charges is now due May 24th. (More info - https://nvcopblock.org/173699/grand-jury-manslaughter-charge-lvmpd-officer-kenneth-lopera-tashii-farmer-brown-murder/ )

We also discussed the May Day Rally and March that took place the week prior. Several family members of the victims of police violence were in attendance that day. Also, Dominick Archibald spoke during the rally about the November 2015 murder of her son, Nathanial Pickett, by San Bernardino Sheriff's Deputy Kyle Woods in Barstow, Ca. (More info - https://nvcopblock.org/173919/victims-families-speak-impact-of-police-violence-las-vegas-may-day/ )

Another topic of discussion was the media's role in the cover-ups of police violence. In particular, this applies to the Las Vegas media and their unwillingness to question the police narrative during press conferences held by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and other local departments.

One recent example of this was the case of Junior Lopez, who was shot by LVMPD Officers Rivera and Mills on April 6th. Not only was there glaring visual inconsistencies between the police descriptions of what led to that shooting and the body camera footage, but also claims by the family that that footage had been edited to remove even more conflicting evidence. However, during the press conference where that bodycam video was released not one question challenging that official story or pointing out those contradictions was asked by the media representatives present. (More info - https://nvcopblock.org/173888/junior-lopez-body-camera-video-and-witness-statements-lead-to-questions-in-latest-shooting-by-lvmpd/ )

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ACAB Radio - Episode 45 - With Nissa Tzun ACAB Radio is a police accountability podcast that is broadcast LIVE every Tuesday on Facebook out of Las Vegas by 2 local activists from Food Not Bombs Las Vegas and Nevada Cop Block. We're your hosts: Kelly "Special K" Patterson and Jay Lyfer.
We focus primarily on local, national, and global police news stories that make headlines every week. We also discuss issues surrounding the homeless crisis here in the US and abroad. We cover these topics because it's something that we are all very passionate about, but we do talk about other stuff too. We hope you all enjoy the show! If you find value in our content please consider supporting our work at www.patreon.com/acabradio

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Episode 4: Cephus (Uncle Bobby) Johnson and Nissa Tzun (Families United 4 Justice) In this episode, I'll be speaking to Cephus ("Uncle Bobby") Johnson -- the uncle of Oscar Grant, who was shot and killed by a transit officer in Oakland in 2009 -- as well as Nissa Tzun of Families United 4 Justice. We'll discuss the ways in which families are affected by police violence, but so often do without the support and services of the community when their loved ones are killed. The sympathy that so often attaches to the victims of criminal violence is rarely as forthcoming for those victimized by law enforcement. What do these families need, and need for us to know? And how can we elevate their voices in the larger discussion about reforming policing in America?

Disclaimer: My apologies for some of the sound glitches in this episode. I was doing a Skype recording with both guests at once and it created some feedback, some of which I was able to eliminate, but some of which I was not. Lesson learned, the technical quality will improve from here on out!
Interview with Nissa D. Tzun // Storytelling for Change This week on With Brave Company podcast, I'm interviewing Nissa D. Tzun, Co-founder of Forced Trajectory Project〰️ a media, public relations and advocacy organization that began in 2009, documenting the rippling effects police violence has on communities beginning with the families who have lost their loved ones to police murder.

We'll explore media, politics, and activism.

Tune in to learn more and how YOU can be part of change!