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AFJ In Action...
A MCS teacher admits that he was angry when he hit an 8 year old boy in the back of his head in front of the class.
Attorney Jacq Wilson of San Francisco, co-founder of "Advocates for Justice" with his brother Jacque Wilson, an attorney in the San Francisco Public Defender Office, brings to the forefront yet another case of abuse of children by officials of the Modesto City Schools, where the Wilson twins were educated. A meeting is called for Monday, August 15th in Modesto. Jacq Wilson recently participated as a panelist at the San Francisco Black Film Festival's Racial Profiling and Implicit Bias Panel held at Congregation Emanu-El. The panel was sponsored in part by the Unity Group of Congregation Emanu-El. Wilson shared some of the problems "Advocates for Justice" had encountered. Johnnie Burrell of I nternational Media videotaped the event and edited a short and long version of "Racial Profiling & Implicit Bias:"