A Collection of Murders in New York City This is a History of Brutality and Murder against Gays and Blacks in New York City
With some complacency and lack of effectiveness of the Authorities and Police
Rudy Giuliani, was a mayor that polarized against Blacks and sided with the Police in almost every dispute with Non Whites.
Bias Murder -- The Death Of Michael Sandy In Context
by Andy Humm
Some excerpts :
Twenty years after thousands of people marched with the Rev. Al Sharpton to protest the bias killing of Michael Griffith, a 23-year-old African-American New Yorker in Howard Beach, a similar killing this month of Michael Sandy, a 28-year-old gay African-American New Yorker, has produced no march through Brooklyn.
Mayor Mike Bloomberg tried to set a different tone on taking office in 2002, publicly meeting with Rev. Sharpton, also widely viewed as a polarizing figure and someone with whom Giuliani refused to meet. Giuliani, in fact, virtually never met with black elected officials including such relatively non-confrontational ones as Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields.