The link I shared is a video clip from 1959. It is a documentary filmed by Madeline Anderson, R. Jess Brown addressing the murder of Al Garrett, an innocent African American was shot and killed by a police officer in New York. In the speech, R. Jess Brown expressing his empathy and sorrow, evoking the African American community to unite and fight against police brutality. The speech is definitely strong and impressive on uniting the community as one. I also found it is kind of sad and pathetic that after all these years, police brutality still exists as one of the major issue of this country, but at least one thing changed is that there are more people choose to stand out and speak up for their rights. Another thing is that in this era of new media, there are much more media people can use compared to decades ago. Every individual is a component of this overall gigantic social media. Police brutality will be hard to eliminate because police is always considered as a part of the justice system, which is the governmental mainstream. In order to challenge the mainstream, the minority group will have to sacrifice much more efforts.