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Members of Police Oversight Committee named

Following the July 5 police shooting of Tymar Crawford, a black man who was pulled over by local police officers, community organization Pensacola Dream Defenders…

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Driving cars into protestors on the rise

On Saturday, June 6, Jason Uphaus, who was attending a Black Lives Matter protest at Graffiti Bridge, made news when he was carried on the…

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Mike Hill defends Confederate monument, of course

GOP State Rep. Mike Hill has put up a video on Facebook defending the Confederate monument in downtown Pensacola: “I’m Conservative Republican Representative Mike Hill….

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Cedric Alexander on oversight, bias and systematic racism (Part 1)

In this week’s Inweekly, Jeremy Morrison interviews Cedric Alexander, the retired law enforcement officer with a national reputation that is helping Mayor Grover Robinson develop…

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Civil rights group has recommendations for Civilian Oversight Committee

From the Central Gulf Coast People’s Council: As organizers committed to seeing justice for Tymar Crawford and for all victims of police violence, we are…

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Presser Notes: the Citizen Committee, a Confederate Monument and COVID-19

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Weeks into its phased reopening, Florida’s experiencing an uptick in COVID-19 cases. Nearly a year after the police shooting of Tymar…

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Robinson wants police panel appointed by June 19

Note: The original post had the deadline as June 12. Mayor Grover Robinson called and said the actual deadline for nominations is June 19. By…

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Petition drive to replace Confederate monument with Roy Jones, Jr.

Pensacola attorney Chris Crawford has started a petition drive to replace the Confederate monument in city’s Lee Florida Square with a statue honoring world champion…

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Inweekly: When the City is Crying

This week’s issue

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