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texaspoliceComing soon from McKinney, Texas Police Productions, it’s the next summer horror science fiction cop flick, Attack of the 14-Year-Old Black Girl!

A frightening teen girl in a bikini terrorizes the police force of a small Texas suburb, making them respond with excessive force and brutality reserved only for the worst of America’s swimming thugs!

Who will protect our nation’s pool parties from this monster? Rated R for Racist!

Featuring Emma Stone as the Asian Neighbor. [Mas…]

negrotownKey & Peele present the Promised Land for People of Color — in Negrotown. [NSFW audio F-bomb, N-word, totally F-in worth it.] [Mas…]

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ICantBreatheRicardoCateNative cartoonist Ricardo Caté of the Kewa Pueblo is a friend of POCHO and the author of the hilarious non-PC comic strip Without Reservations, which runs in the Santa Fe New Mexican and soon all over Turtle Island, from beak to tail.

Here one of his characters sports an “I Can’t Breathe” tshirt in support of Eric Garner. In case you didn’t already know, the next most disproportionately killed-by-police group behind African-Americans is Native Americans.

Check out Ricardo’s website here.

Police riot in Albuquerque, New Mexico (toon)

by ERIC J. GARCIA April 2, 2014 Cartoons
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The City of Anaheim is a theme park where the theme is racism

by Lalo Alcaraz August 23, 2012 El Now
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In the land of make believe, the home of the Magic Kingdom, right where Disneyland sits, there is another theme park that has been around for decades. This park is not called California Adventure, and its newest attraction is not “Cars.” The amusement park is called simply “Anaheim.” Here, in various themed areas, you can […]

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Anaheim: Home of the ‘Happiest Police on Earth’ (new poster)

by Lalo Alcaraz August 8, 2012 Cartoons
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Welcome to Anaheim, home of the Happiest Police On Earth! Pues, maybe the gun-happiest. Please share this link to my newest image created to protest the Anaheim Police Department’s brutal tactics against suspects and demonstrators who dare to stand up to them.

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Anaheim police brutality protest t-shirt fundraiser

by Lalo Alcaraz July 31, 2012 El Now
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Specify Tshirt Size Wanted! Paypal button simplified! Please write in what size Tshirt you want, ie: S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL I created the above image as a response to the outrageous and murderous police brutality by the Anaheim Police Department recently against two young men in the Anaheim barrio. The families are not only […]

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Anaheim: The Tragic Kingdom (toon)

by Lalo Alcaraz July 26, 2012 Cultura
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I drew this cartoon to accompany an article by Gustavo Arellano, Jefe-in-Chief of OC Weekly, about recent events in Anaheim

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Anaheim PD’s Pocho Ocho excuses for shooting civilians

by Victor Payan July 25, 2012 El Now
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The Anaheim Police Department crossed the thin blue line when its officers opened fire with non-lethal weapons on protesting women and children. Their response also resulted in a City Council meeting being flooded with angry residents, allegations of  evidence-buying, protest fires ablaze downtown and police helicopters silhouetted against Disneyland’s fireworks display. Here are the Pocho […]

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From Coldrank for Trayvon: ‘Black Man’ (music video)

by KAY SIRAH April 6, 2012 Cultura
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Citing Malcom X, MLK and Michael Jackson, rapper Coldrank‘s Black Man explores, shall we say, discrepancies in society’s treatment of blacks killing blacks, blacks killing whites and whites killing blacks. And those that don’t learn from history, he reminds us, are doomed to repeat it. Directed by Joe Mexican.

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