Diallo change of venue enrage black dems
- Elected leaders join in outrage at the shooting death of Amadou Diallo. // New York Amsterdam News;02/11/99, Vol. 99 Issue 7, p3
Reports that several political leaders joined Manhattan Borough President Virginia Fields to express outrage and sadness at the shooting of immigrant Amadou Diallo in the hands of police officers in New York City. Officials' visit to Mayor Rudolph Giuliani to change the culture of the New York...
- The War on the War on Crime. Puddington, Arch // Commentary;May99, Vol. 107 Issue 5, p25
Deals with the shooting of Amadou Diallo from the African country of New Guinea, by New York City Police officers. Reason behind the killing; Results of the investigation on the case; Criticism on the move of the police officers; Implication of the killing.
- DIALLO: A CASE OF RACIAL MYTHOLOGY. Lewis, Ida E. // New Crisis (15591603);Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p7
Comments on the killing of Amadou Diallo by four New York City policemen in February 2000. Racism embedded in police departments across the United States; Efforts of the New York City government to improve its relationship with Afro-Americans and other non white communities.
- For police, a steadier eye on race relations. Scherer, Ron // Christian Science Monitor;2/22/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 62, p1
Focuses on racial profiling by police in the United States, in light of the murder of an unarmed African immigrant, Amadou Diallo, by police in New York City.
- Shotgun-wielding cop attends protest. Salaam, Yusef // New York Amsterdam News;02/1899, Vol. 90 Issue 8, p1
Reports on the demonstration held on Wheeler Avenue in New York City's Bronx district to protest the killing of African immigrant Amadou Diallo by four white policemen. Assaulting of an 18-year-old black man by another black man; Appearance of a shotgun-toting policeman which agitated the...
- Diallo slaying addressed at caucus. // New York Amsterdam News;02/1899, Vol. 90 Issue 8, p4
Reports that the brutal slaying of African immigrant Amadou Diallo by four New York City cops was addressed at the 1999 Black, Puerto Rican and Latino Legislative Weekend. Senator Alton R. Waldon Jr.'s condemnation of the act of brutality committed against Diallo; Call for an investigation of...
- The death of Amadou Diallo. Williams, Armstrong // New York Amsterdam News;02/1899, Vol. 90 Issue 8, p8
Condemns the killing of African immigrant Amadou Diallo by four white New York City police officers. Officers' search for a rape suspect; Criticism of the methods used by the officers in questioning Diallo; Public outcry over the racial overtones of the shooting; Pervasion of a culture of...
- The dark side of the police. Serrano, Rep. Jose E. // New York Amsterdam News;02/1899, Vol. 90 Issue 8, p13
Condemns police brutality in New York City. Involvement of four white police officers in the shooting death of African immigrant Amadou Diallo; Other types of abuse of force or misconduct committed by the police; Commendation of the Bronx district attorney's office for investigating police...
- Protests follow Diallo funeral. Reyes, Damaso // New York Amsterdam News;02/1899, Vol. 90 Issue 8, p49
Cites the demonstration held outside New York City's Central Mosque on the Upper East Side to protest the shooting death of Amadou Diallo in the hands of four members of the New York Police Department's elite Street Crimes Unit. Mourners' show of solidarity, outrage and grief over Diallo's...