December 19, 2014

Jury selection video updates

Don Carpenter reporting from the federal courthouse in Downtown Pittsburgh. [Continue Reading]

MULTIMEDIA: Justice for Jordan Miles rally of support outside the Courthouse

L-R: Tim Stevens of B-PEP and Brandi Fisher of APA (Photo: Nigel Parry)

Join the Alliance for Police Accountability(APA), Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP) and Community members today at the Federal Courthouse, 700 Grant Street 15219 at 12:00p.m. as we display our public support for Jordan Miles and family. He will be testifying today and we will be there, gathered outside the courthouse to show him that we still stand with him and are still seeking justice on his behalf. [Continue Reading]

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: “The Gammage Project: from Jonny to Jordan, what’s changed?”

WHERE: Charity Randall Theatre, in the Stephen Foster Memorial, 4301 Forbes Ave. WHEN: January 23, 7:00 PM WHO: David Harris, Elizabeth Pittinger, Tim Stevens, Wayne Babish, and Attilio Favorini Sorry: Audio degrades due to buzz towards end of broadcast. Pittsburgh, PA, January 17, 2012 – “The Gammage Project: From Jonny to Jordan, what’s changed?” begins […]

Video: MLK Day Rally & March in Homewood for Justice for Jordan Miles

[contentblock id=1] Share this direct link to the clip: http://www.livestream.com/occupypittsburgh/video?clipId=pla_6f7914d2-8266-4d5b-b6c8-b4fe3b1faf4d NOTE: Due to problems with the livestream internet connection, the amazing performances by Vanessa German and Jasiri X were interrupted several times. Don Carpenter’s recording of these performances has decent, unbroken audio, so you don’t have to miss it!

MUSIC VIDEO: “Jordan Miles” by Jasiri X

JORDAN MILES: Jasiri X Addresses Pittsburgh’s Latest Episode of Police Brutality

Activist/Rapper Jasiri X debuts his new video “Jordan Miles” Tonight June 30, 2011

Jasiri X Addresses Pittsburgh’s Latest Episode of Police Brutality

Video: Bret Grote speaks at Justice for Jordan Miles rally, Pittsburgh, 25 June 2011

Video: Renee Wilson speaks at a Justice for Jordan Miles rally at Freedom Corner

Video: Paradise Gray speaks at Justice for Jordan Miles rally about today’s Poplawski trial

WTAE: NAACP Says DA Promises To Review Jordan Miles

NAACP Meets With Allegheny County D.A. To Talk About Teen’s Beating By Police Representatives from the national and local chapters of the NAACP met with Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala on Tuesday to discuss the Jordan Miles case.

KDKA Video: NAACP Meets With DA On Jordan Miles Case

Representatives of the NAACP and other community groups met with district attorney Stephen Zappala about charges in the Jordan Miles case.

Video: Press Conference on Police Reporting & Accountability Bill, Pittsburgh City Council

KDKA Video: City Offers Settlement To Jordan Miles

Rustbelt Radio PODCAST: Update from the Justice for Jordan Miles campaign

Nigel Parry reporting for Rustbelt Radio—Featuring audio of Rev. David Thornton, Paradise Gray, Tim Stevens, Brandi Fisher, Terez Miles and Fred Dukes.

VIDEO: Petition delivered to DA Zappala’s office, County Courthouse, Pittsburgh, 3 June 2011

June 3rd, 2011 video of petition delivery by Zappala’s office features comments by Brandi Fisher, Kenneth Miller, Tim Stevens, and Terez Miles.

WTAE: ‘It’s Not Going Away’: Petition Seeks Cop Charges In Jordan Miles Case

Alliance For Police Accountability Goes To District Attorney Stephen Zappala’s Office [hana-flv-player video="http://justiceforjordanmiles.com/media/video/20110603-WTAE-petitions.flv" width="600" height="350" description="" player="2" autoload="false" autoplay="false" loop="false" autorewind="true" /] WTAE—A group that wants criminal charges against Pittsburgh police who were involved in Jordan Miles’ beating dropped off a petition signed by 1,000 people at District Attorney Stephen Zappala’s office Friday morning.

Video: Brandi Fisher, second speech at People’s Indictment on 28th May 2011, when cops turned up

On May 28th, 2011, activists of the Alliance for Police Accountability, BPEP, 1Hood, members of local churches, and others gathered with 150 others to attach to the Allegheny Courthouse a People’s Indictment against the three officers that beat Jordan Miles. This was the fourth consecutive protest in four weeks.

Video: Rev. David Thornton, People’s Indictment of the Police Officers that beat Jordan Miles

Rev. David Thornton, Pastor of the Grace Memorial Presbyterian Church and Vice-President of the Pittsburgh Interfaith Impact Network.

Video: Paradise Gray from 1Hood speaks at the Jordan Miles protest that served a People’s Indictment

On May 28th, 2011, activists of the Alliance for Police Accountability, BPEP, 1Hood, members of local churches, and others gathered with 150 others to attach to the Allegheny Courthouse a People’s Indictment against the three officers that beat Jordan Miles. This was the fourth consecutive protest in four weeks.

Video: Tim Stevens, Black Political Empowerment Project, People’s Indictment of cops that beat Jordan Miles

On May 28th, 2011, activists of the Alliance for Police Accountability, BPEP, 1Hood, members of local churches, and others gathered with 150 others to attach to the Allegheny Courthouse a People’s Indictment against the three officers that beat Jordan Miles. This was the fourth consecutive protest in four weeks.