Black Mental Health Crisis Death
In this episode we discuss the tragic death of Earl Moore Jr., a Black man who was treated inhumanely by emergency medical technicians during a mental health crisis. And we highlight BlackLine, a crisis counseling hotline created for those most impacted by systemic oppression.
Visit the BlackLine website to learn how their hotline helps people through crises, how to become a volunteer, and to donate to their efforts.
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Body Camera Footage
SA Redaction Officer 1 by Sangamon County Government
Black and African American Communities and Mental Health by Mental Health America
Timeline: What we know about Earl L. Moore Jr.’s death and events that followed by Steven Spearie
New details emerge in case against EMS workers charged with murder by Dean Olsen
Report of Postmortem Examination of Earl L. Moore by Sangamon County Coroner’s Office, Coroner Jim Allmon