On the heels of a silent march this coming Sunday, The New York Times has published a short documentary film on the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policing program. The 6-minute film centers around Tyquan Brehon, a young man in Brooklyn who says he was stopped more than 60 times before age 18.

Rev. Al Sharpton of the National Action Network and others are rallying together on Father’s day to “End Stop And Frisk Silent March Against Racial Profiling” in New York .

Sunday, June 17th, 110th and 5th at 3p. Silent march to end stop-and-frisk.

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