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Devyn Colon on May 31,at the Lansing capitol with a reading: "It is impossible to be unarmed when our black skin is the weapon they fear.
All five were directed at dealing with possible bias in policing and prosecution. Babcock brought forward this particular piece of legislation to codify what then-Mayor Ruth Beier had repeatedly been suggesting at Council meetings — namely that white people in East Lansing should stop calling the police when they see black or brown people in their neighborhoods.
Ordinancethe law passed last week, is even broader, encompassing many types of bias in addition to racism. The law specifically states:.
At the same Aug. Council approved a resolution to acknowledge the 55 th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act and a resolution to honor the life and legacy of Congressman John Lewis. Additionally, Council engaged in extensive conversation about the disproportionate impact of the War on Drugs on people of color in relation to the licensing of marijuana retail shops in East Lansing. The Council heard from a of public commentators that the matter needs careful attention, and the HRC also requested more time to review the proposed changes.
Tonight, Council is expected to discuss and possibly name someone to the last spot on the Study Committee that will advise Council on how to create that oversight commission. A vacancy on the committee was created when Ron Bacon was named to Council.
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