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The Emmett Till Anti Lynching Bill

On this episode of Intelligence Is Dope, I’ll be discussing the Emmett Till Anti Lynching Bill, which seeks to make lynching a federal hate crime, and classify certain forms of hate crimes as lynching. www.intelligenceisdope....

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Sean "Elly" Eldridge

Host | Implementation Specialists | Dad | Phi Beta Sigma

Sean "Elly" Eldridge is a voice in social justice, who has merged true crime, case law, politics, and the humanization of people. As the creator and host of Intelligence is Dope, Elly aims to cultivate and educate people on a broad range of topics through his podcast.

The Kentucky native is a proud Air Force Veteran, a former Chief of Police for the Department of Defense, Supervisory Special Agent, and also a Major for the Department of Veteran Affairs. Elly found himself at a crossroads as he continued to see injustices happen to black people around the country. He hung up his badge and gun and took his law enforcement skillset and executive experience to use it to become a voice in social justice, and to work on bias in policing starting a career with the Center of Policing Equity.

Hit any of the links if you want to learn more about Elly's career, passions, or get more insight into the host of Intelligence is Dope. And like always, "Don't judge the story, by the chapter you walked in on. Peace"