It actually sounds like the following might work. And it's written by 2 black men so people can't complain about that angle. Aye, but here's the rub, read what Broyles says and try to get the Trayvon Martins, Mike Browns, Eric Garners and Freddie Grays to follow the advice. It would have saved every one of them, but thugs and criminals don't want to hear stuff like this. As to people like Tamir Rice, and Akai Gurley this advice wouldn't have saved them and doesn't apply.
Encounters with Police: A Black Man's Guide to Survival
By Eric C. Broyles and Adrian O. Jackson
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword - by Michael Wright, Attorney for family of John Crawford
Chapter 1: We Wrote this Book for You
This book is intended to provide a practical guide for black men and boys on how to react when they encounter police in any setting in order to keep the interaction peaceful so that everyone leaves the encounter safely.
Chapter 2: Mistrust between African-American Men and Police
Statistics about African-Americans relationship with law enforcement, and the effect a long history of encounters with police that makes it difficult to view police in a favorable light.
Chapter 3: Police are Human Beings
Before we get into the practical steps to survive a police encounter, we need to spend a moment to talk about police. The first thing that we want to stress to every reader is that police officers are human beings.
Chapter 4: Bad Police Exist and They can be Punished
When you encounter an abusive police officer or a bully with a badge, do not respond in the moment. Just remember to comply now and contest later.
Chapter 5: Traffic Encounters
In traffic stops, remain calm and polite and be transparent.
Chapter 6: Terry Stop Encounters
When detained or questioned by police, recognize that the police have limited information, and remember to keep calm and do not make any sudden moves for any reason
Chapter 7: Cost, Promise, & Pain
Remember our history and our ability to overcome challenges based on race.
AcknowledgementsBroyles seems to tell it like it is,In addition Broyles says, "What's happening now with these encounters with the police is important to talk about, but we also need to be having a conversation about black-on-black crime and how 80% of black male deaths are caused by other black males. Also, the way black men are portrayed in Hip Hop and constantly using the "N" word, I believe it de-values the black male body."