Osaze was 29-years old and diagnosed with autism and schizophrenia when three officers with a mental health warrant fatally shot him. An investigation by state police cleared the officers involved of any wrongdoing. A 24-hour protest lead by the 3/20 coalition called on the borough to meet demands stemming from the police shooting of Osaze Osagie. After the killing of Osaze, the State College/Centre County Mental Health Crisis Services Task Force was established. However, they have only developed recommendations which has sparked little change according to the organizer of the protest. More of this story here.
Western Australia: “The system is the real “terror” in youth justice”
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“How can the West Australian Premier Mark McGowan get away with describing a group of kids with disabilities as “terrorists”? Especially when we know that