Isaiah, a 14-year-old, autistic child, was harassed for not having his emotional support dog on a leash. He was stopped three times by this Topeka Police Officer. We believe the Officer's interaction, take down and use of handcuffs, was excessive and unwarranted.
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Nevaeh Thomas was brutally attacked by a Caucasian child while on a playdate with her friends. The assailant used racial slurs before hitting her in the face with a steel pole.
MBA is advocating for prosecution of the juvenile to the fullest extent of the law. MBA is also standing alongside brave Nevaeh, as she uses this platform to raise awareness against hate and violence.
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Tamiko of Topeka, KS, was stopped by a Topeka Police Officer for a traffic violation. She did not resist and complied with requests; still excessive force was used, resulting in a fractured skull, nose and severe eye injuries.
MBA is advocating for accountability and policy change. Use of force should not occur during administrative and minor traffic violations of non-violent citizens.