Dallas, TX asked in Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for Texas

Q: police brutality in the 60's

i am in the 8th grade and i would detailed example cases b/c the media and sites i am using arent helpful

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Gary Kollin

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  • Civil Rights Lawyer
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL

A: I am not going to do the work for you.

Perhaps before working on this project you can refine your grammar skills. This is not a text message. It is inappropriate to use abbreviations like it would be inappropriate to use abbreviations in your essay.

Capitals also help. Proofing your writing is mandatory to ensure you have complete sentences. "I would detailed examples" is not proper because there is no verb, although I can figure out what you meant.

If you need help, then you should seek help from your teacher. If your teacher knew about this, your teacher would probably flunk you for not doing the work yourself.

By the way all the information you request can be found on the internet. You must carefully choose your search words and also take the time to read the articles

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