13 Powerful TV Episodes That Address Police Brutality and Racism

13 Most Powerful TV Episodes That Address Police Brutality and Racism

13 Most Powerful TV Episodes That Address Police Brutality and Racism

13 of the most powerful TV episodes that address police brutality.

It seems like police brutality will never go away. As the years go by the hashtags remain and the problems stay problems. From Rodney King to Mike Brown, Freddie Gray, to George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.

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These black lives are being taken away for doing nothing but being black and these officers are getting a paid-vacation because they have a badge. So what do the creators do, they create fictional situations based on real-life. So while these TV episodes that address police brutality aren’t biopic episodes they are inspired by real, every day lives of black people.

Check out 13 of the most powerful TV episodes that address police brutality that had us blown away by the message and performance of all characters involved.

Scandal

Episode: The Lawn Chair

Blackish

Episode: Hope

Family Matters

Episode: Good Cop, Bad Cop

Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Episode: Mistaken Identity

All Rise

Episode: Sweet Bird of Truth

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A Different World

Episode: Honeymoon in LA

Blue Bloods

Episode:Excessive Force

The Carmichael Show

Episode: Protest

In the Heat of the Night

Episode: Brotherly Love Part 2

Queen Sugar

Episode: Yet I Do Marvel

Dear White People

Episode: Chapter V

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Orange is the New Black

Episode: A Bad Thing

CSI Cyber

Episode: Brown Eyes, Blue Eyes

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