Najee Ali

National Action Network

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Former Political Director for the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Action Network, a civil rights organization founded by the Reverand Al Sharpton

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Last month, LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey declined to file charges against a CHP officer captured on video pummeling a mentally-ill woman who was on her back alongside the 10…

Politics and Police Shootings

Last month, LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey declined to file charges against a CHP officer captured on video pummeling a mentally-ill woman who was on her back alongside the 10…

from Which Way, L.A.?

it’s hard to forget the video of a California Highway Patrol officer beating a woman into the ground on the shoulder of Interstate 10 on July 1st of this year.

CHP Reaches $1.5M Settlement with Woman Beat by Officer

it’s hard to forget the video of a California Highway Patrol officer beating a woman into the ground on the shoulder of Interstate 10 on July 1st of this year.

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