NAACP Speaker Leroy Gadsden Encourages, ‘Know Your Rights’

NAACP Speaker Leroy Gadsden

Tells Citizens, ‘Know Your Rights’

Lee Fisher, President of the Oneonta chapter of the NAACP, introduces Leroy Gadsden, B.S., J.D., at SUNY Oneonta's Center for Multicultural Experiences Gadsden's interactive program "Know Your Rights, 2015", dealt with police stops and civil rights. "We like and respect police officers. They do a hard job where they may not come home at night." said Gadsden, "Only about 9-10% of cops are bad and they ruin it for the rest. It is up to us to know our rights and hold them accountable for their actions and professionalism." (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Lee Fisher, president of the Oneonta chapter of the NAACP, introduces Leroy Gadsden, B.S., J.D., before Gadsden’s interactive program, “Know Your Rights, 2015.”  The program, presented this evening at SUNY Oneonta’s Center for Multicultural Experiences, dealt with police stops and civil rights. “We like and respect police officers. They do a hard job where they may not come home at night.” said Gadsden, “Only about 9-10 percent of cops are bad and they ruin it for the rest. It is up to us to know our rights and hold them accountable for their actions and professionalism.” (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

 

 


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