The New York Civil Liberties Union released the iPhone version of their Stop & Frisk app that allows users to film and immediately send footage directly to the NYCLU. They released the Android app last June and one of their earliest videos is now the center piece of their ad.
Today on TWiB Radio we were joined by Jennifer Carnig from the NYCLU who explained the development of the app and warned folks to use their best judgment. Seriously, if the police get froggy, Put. The phone. Down.
Check it out here:
And on TWiB! in the Morning the crew drops some Black History Month facts (like it used to be a week, but you know how us Negroes are... ;-) ), false understandings of what Breakfast does for the body, the story behind some of the lowest paid people in America and more. Check it out here:
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