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Sharpton, Civil Rights Leaders Launch Fight Against ‘Knockout Game’

Sharpton, Civil Rights Leaders Launch Fight Against ‘Knockout Game’ « CBS New



NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Rev. Al Sharpton and other civil rights leaders have launched a social media campaign in an effort to stop the violent “knockout game.”
Sharpton, president of the National Action Network, joined National Urban League president Marc Morial, hip-hop legend Russell Simmons, and Jewish leader Rabbi Marc Schneier, to promote the effort. Simmons and Schneier are chairman and president, respectively, of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding.
The civil rights leaders want to stop the “knockout game” and the targeting of Jews. Reports of “knockout game” attacks have been reported around the country, and have been concentrated in particular in Brooklyn.
Sharpton, Simmons and Morial have all recorded message of solidary with the Jewish community and all of the victims of the violent attacks.

“The knockout game is not a game,” Sharpton says in a brief video message. “It is vicious. It is ugly. It must be stopped.”
Simmons has recorded more than one video denouncing the “knockout game.”

“This knockout game is some bulls**t. I mean, it’s terrible. I mean, how come you all want to hit people that look like they’ve got on devotional clothing and might not hit you back? Why don’t you hit somebody that might hit you back?” he said in one. “I mean, the knockout game is for cowards.”
The civil rights leaders have asked people to join them by sending the following message through social media:
“End the #knockoutgame #sayNO2KO join the @FFEUny to end the violence +bigotry. Knockout #gameover.”

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