On this episode of the ACAB Radio Las Vegas Podcast, hosts King Ron Mecklosky, Joey Lankowski, and Kelly W. Patterson welcomed Nissa Tzun 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.
Note: If you have videos, stories, upcoming events/protests, or personal interactions with the police (and/or “justice” system) that you would like to share, send them to us and we will do everything we can to bring it to the attention of the world. In addition, you can visit the Nevada Cop Block resources section for information and links to the rights of citizens when dealing with police, during which you should always be filming.
The ACAB Radio Las Vegas Podcast Episode #3 can be seen in its entirety on YouTube or here: www.facebook.com/ACABradio/videos/570280816761887/
ACAB Radio Las Vegas Podcast
The ACAB Radio Las Vegas podcast (Click here for the ACAB Radio Youtube Playlist) is a collaboration between Nevada Cop Block (NVCopBlock.org) and Food Not Bombs Las Vegas (FoodNotBombsLasVegas.org). ACAB Radio is recorded live (before a studio audience), every Tuesday afternoon in Downtown Las Vegas (AKA the #DTLV).
Currently, there are several ways the show can be viewed and/or listened to:
- As it happens, via Facebook Live
- On iTunes
- On YouTube (Embedded below)
- As an audio file, via the Libsyn podcast hosting service (Player embedded below)
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- Las Vegas Protest at Mandalay Bay to Demand Release of Video Related to Route 91 Mass Shooting
- Junior Lopez: Body Camera Video and Witness Statements Lead to Questions in Latest Shooting by LVMPD
- Q&A with Community-Building Activists Tom Zebra & Kelly Patterson
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- Yes, All Cops ARE Bastards; How and Why Modern Policing Discourages Moral Responsibility
- Derek Colling – Most Dangerous Cop in America
- Submit Your Own Story of Police Abuse/Corruption
- Help Wanted! How You Can Become Involved With NVCopBlock
- #FTP – How and Why You Should Always Film The Police
- Press Passes for Independent Media and Freelance Journalists
- How to File a Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) Request
- “Let Me See Your I.D.” Stop and Identify Statutes – Know Your Rights
- Know Your Rights Seminar Video by Las Vegas Attorney Stephen Stubbs
- Beware of Gang Activity in Your Neighborhood!
- “What Happened in Vegas” Didn’t Stay in Las Vegas; Police Brutality Documentary Premiers at Cinequest
- Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: The LVMPD’s Killer Reputation
- Don’t Call the Pigs: An Informal Guide to Alternative Policing Within an Anarchist Justice System
- A Video Compilation of Las Vegas Area Police Brutality
- Donate to the Cause – Help Us Help You Fight The Power
Kelly is a lifelong resident of Las Vegas, who’s been very active in local grassroots activism, as well as on a national level during his extensive travels. He’s also the founder/main contributor of Nevada Cop Block, served as editor/contributor at CopBlock.org and designed the Official Cop Block Press Passes.
Connect with Kelly at these social networks; Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.