The following video shows how a man giving out literature promoting black education and knowledge was restrained by multiple police officers in Brixton.
The man belongs to a charity promoting black education and knowledge.
“We have a charity box here; you can ask any of the community. We haven’t sold one book. If someone wants to leave a donation, that’s up to them,” he tells the officers.
He even shows them the papers allowing their charity to have a stall there. But the officers don’t seem satisfied. After a short argument, things get out of control as can be seen in the following video.
Is it right for police officers to handle this way a man who is simply giving out literature promoting black education and knowledge?