NAACP's Wade Henderson testifies on Capitol Hill about police overreaction

May 1991
Jet;5/20/91, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p32
Describes testimony given by NAACP Bureau Director Wade Henderson before the House Judiciary Committee concerning the use of excessive force by white policemen when dealing with blacks. Examples cited.


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