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Police are cutting ties with domestic violence programs that support Black Lives Matter

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  1. joplin
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    Well, if the police feel threatened by people saying and believing that the lives of Black people matter, then yes, they are anti-police. But that's on them, not on BLM or the domestic violence...

    she began receiving emails from local law enforcement who were disturbed by the signs, interpreting them as anti-police.

    Well, if the police feel threatened by people saying and believing that the lives of Black people matter, then yes, they are anti-police. But that's on them, not on BLM or the domestic violence victim support programs. Maybe that should be a clue to the police where the real problem lies?

    Eight days after Embrace’s statement was posted online, Barron County voted to strip the organization of $25,000 in funding for 2021.
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    That means women who call the police for help, for instance, may not be referred to Embrace for help with safety planning, counseling and support.

    Well, the police have certainly shown how they feel about doing the job they were created for! I'm glad they're not leaving any question about their loyalties so nobody has to wonder.

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