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Tuesday, August 19, 2014 12:19 PM

U.S. CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE IS CALLING ON CONGRESS TO PASS BILL H.R. 2851 AIMING TO BAN RACIAL PROFILING

MEDIA ADVISORY 

Aug 19, 2014

U.S. CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE IS CALLING ON CONGRESS TO PASS BILLH.R. 2851 AIMING TO BAN RACIAL PROFILING

U.S. Congressional Candidate, Eric Williams calls on President Obama and Congress to make racial profiling legislation a top priority after a week of public outcry and violence in Ferguson, MO.  

The administration should make racial profiling legislation a top priority and ban racial injustices in the criminal justice system by passing H.R. 2851 Act of 2013.  

More than 400 years of slavery and 90 years of legal segregation in this country have created a legacy of racialized policing. Killings and beatings lie at one end of a spectrum in which black people ­– and young black men in particular all over the nation – are routinely stigmatized, humiliated, and harassed as targets for police stops, frisks, and searches, even when they are doing nothing wrong.

Congressional Candidate, Eric Williams will be traveling to Missouri on Wednesday.This is a national issue. Mr. Williams is a former St.Louis resident and journalist. 

Date: Wednesday August 20, 2014

Location:  Ferguson, Missouri

Contact:  Eric Williams, candidate for U.S. Congress District 30 Dallas, Texas

For interviews: 214-995-9301    Eric Williams for U.S. Congress


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Wednesday, July 16, 2014 12:34 PM

ERIC WILLIAMS, CANDIDATE FOR U. S. CONGRESS DISTRICT 30, REQUEST U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL AND UNITED NATIONS HELP AND CALLS ON THE IMMEDIATE RESIGNATION

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Date: July 17, 2014

ERIC WILLIAMS, CANDIDATE FOR U. S. CONGRESS DISTRICT 30, REQUEST U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL AND UNITED NATIONS HELP AND CALLS ON THE IMMEDIATE RESIGNATION OF DALLAS COUNTY JUDGE CLAY JENKINS.

Eric Williams sent a request for help to U.S Attorney General, Eric Holder and the United Nations Secretary General.

Congressional candidate Williams denounces the inhumane plan to house some of the 2,000 undocumented African Latino Mestizos from Honduras inside a poisoned facility after fleeing poverty,violence and the elite. 

Now, residents of Oak Cliff call for the immediate resignation and a cease and desist of Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins for total disregard to the diaspora both here and abroad.

Date:  THURSDAY July 17, 2014  Time: 4:30 p.m
Location:  Outside D.A. Hulcy Middle School 9339 south polk st. Dallas, Texas 75232
Contact:  214-995 9301    

www.ericwilliamsforcongress.com


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