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Garba Shehu, And because lighting consumes 11% of all electricity in the United States, deaf, Mo. drew body cameras into the national conversation and many viewed the cameras as a panacea: Citizens had a safeguard against overzealous policing; police had protection from faulty abuse claimsUniversity of North Dakota School of Law professor Steven Morrison and other defense lawyers realized the issue was not so simple and shortly afterward the NACDL decided to commission a report on using body cameras in the most ethical and legal manner Morrison was the co-chair of the task force that assembled the report"From the get-go we realized that this would be a very complicated issue" Morrison said "But as we dived into it we realized we would need to get the opinions of a number of different interest groups and incorporate those different viewpoints"The NACDL interviewed police leaders prosecutors civil rights groups defense lawyers and politicians to find the best way to make a policy that would make body cameras beneficial to those accused of crimes as well as innocent bystanders and law enforcement"Everybody has an interest in making the right call in getting the truth out there" Morrison said "Whether it’s a police officer engaging in abuse — we all have an interest in uncovering that Or whether it’s a citizen who’s filing a false claim against an officer — we all have an interest in vindicating that officer"Both the Grand Forks Police Department and the Grand Forks Sheriff’s Office equip patrol officers with body cameras The police have been using the cameras since 2014 Sheriff’s deputies began using them in October Each department has slightly different guidelines for when to use the devicesThe NACDL report lays out 10 recommendations for instituting a successful body camera policyFirst among the recommendations is that officers be given clear direction on when to record and not leave decisions up to officer discretion"Most cops want to do their jobs well and they really are dedicated and try to do well" Morrison said "But whenever you give discretion especially in the criminal justice process it enables abuse" In the official policies for both local law enforcement agencies officers are allowed to review body camera footage when preparing reports but Morrison said this shouldn’t be the case"The Task Force’s concern is that the officer’s memory would be shaded by viewing the video" Morrison saidThe tape Morrison said cannot capture the officer’s perceptions of an incident and counterintuitively might make a report less accurate"What we wanted was camera footage that depicted the situation as accurately as possible" he saidCurrently footage collected via body cameras is kept by departments for various amounts of time depending on the department and if the footage is tied to a case But the NACDL is calling for a neutral third party to retain the footage"Law enforcement retains custody of evidence and that’s fine that’s perfectly legitimate" Morrison said "The mass of that body camera footage that is stored is not evidence"Body camera usage remains in its infancy and as it advances the NACDL wants to ensure all parties are served by the technology"If you do body cameras right everybody is protected" Morrison saidRecommendationsThe NACDL offered 10 recommendations: Clear and strictly enforced policies must establish when body cameras will be recording so that the decision of when to record is not left to the discretion of individual police officers? “He was also reminded that some members who died in Onitsha at old spare parts market was as a result his order to regional administrators to take full charge and operate like governors as parallel government to Governor Peter Obi. the families of dead members have been forgotten without proper care. involved a Toyota Hiace bus marked XA 659DBC belonging to Ajetunmobi Express and a truck?39 billion on scientific investigation, but his lift went wide again as Chen earned the bragging rights. called carbon nanotubes.

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there is enormous pressure on women to remove or reduce visible non-cranial-covering body hair Removing body hair takes time energy and money all things that most women could stand to have more of not less Sure some guys take flak for having a back thats "too hairy" or pluck out from under a unibrow or wax something (or somethings) I get it you are not immune to the pressures of our appearance-based culture At the same time some of these more modern manscaping grooming habits come under scrutiny as emasculating They peg manscapers as being "too much like women" (which is supposed to be an insult right) The mere fact that we have added words like “manscaping” and “metrosexual” to our lexicon means that they are marked as different unexpected from the norm Another way to say this is to ask what you call a woman who removes or reduces any body hair Well what do you call her Stumped We dont have a special word for a woman who removes or reduces body hair because its "just what women do" right Essentially you get to have it both ways If you want to remove some body hair you can be seen as "taking care of yourself" If you want to eschew a blade forever you can cast aspersions on the shavers with complete impunity or even with some admiration for your gender-essentialist curmudgeonliness (think of Ron Swanson on Parks and Rec) The fact that some assholes in high school made it really unappealing to take off your shirt at the beach does not erase that hairy is the default expectation for men Its worth taking a moment to consider why hairless is the default expected appearance for women Even in the midst of perpetual peril 3) It silences and erases the reality of women with facial hair (or when will I get MY month of facial hair celebration) I hate to break the well-plucked wall of secrecy on this but guys women have facial hair It’s not just Agatha Fratelli from The Goonies Its called hirsutism and it means "excessive hair growth" Basically how your hair follicles respond to testosterone (not necessarily the level of testosterone in your body) determines your overall outward hairiness Its people like me And it can be treated Wait what When we talk about hirsutism we are talking about a benign cosmetic abnormality Historically we have a bias toward "correcting" benign cosmetic abnormalities for the sake of feeling more comfortable or safer out in the world; it is easier to change our own appearance than to expect acceptance from the rest of the world Take a minute to let that one sink in There are numerous drugs available to "treat" hirsuitism; you can ingest or apply any number of drugs to "correct" something that is a totally harmless genetic attribute If this doesnt seem weird to you consider a world where it was normal to chop off a few centimeters of toe to "correct" Mortons Toe another harmless genetic abnormality (abnormal because it only occurs in about 10% of the population) In a minority of cases these drugs arent used to counter hirsutism; theyre used as part of a treatment plan for transgender women I am not going to dismiss or downplay the importance of passing in a transphobic society but suffice to say in an ideal world a transgender woman with facial hair would face the same level of discrimination as a non-transgender woman: none But this goes back to everything I brought up earlier: body hair including facial hair is not generally accepted as normal for women We are reminded of this regularly From Harnaam Kaur (the 20-something Sikh woman who was "caught" at the airport by a surreptitious photographer) to the RA who encouraged residents to engage in a no-shave November (and in doing so was labeled as a "weird feminist") While some of these stories push the narrative toward the story that body hair is normal I still dont feel comfortable going out into the world like this As if being a hairy lady-identified individual didnt cause me enough stress I also have alopecia areata This means I have random bald patches that spring up Depending on the body location too much hair is not-OK and hairlessness is also not-OK And even though there are drugs creams lotions shampoos and surgical procedures to "correct" naturally-occurring baldness in men (implying that baldness is not OK) consider difference in response to a bald man vs a hairy-legged woman Consider that there is a counter-narrative of virility and sex appeal for bald men to lean on to remind them that they are accepted by society as-is In short there is too much to splain so let me sum up: it is utterly frustrating and rage-inducing to watch mainstream media spend a month celebrating widely-accepted-and-considered-normal facial hair on men while saying at best nothing about womens facial hair and at worst "Eww gross" If facial hair is so amazing as to dedicate a whole month to celebrating it I want in on some of that action OK are your eyebrows furrowed in some righteous sense of injustice Wanna know what can you do Great Im so glad you are open to thinking about how you can cultivate your facial follicular garden and help everyone else who is not similarly encouraged Those arent mutually exclusive activities I am excited to have you on board as an ally First dont judge women by the choices we make about our body hair If body hair on women isnt your thing thats OK (but also maybe do some reflecting on how you came to have that preference; its an active not a neutral preference) In the non-vanilla sex world theres a saying: "not my kink" Its a short-hand way to say "I dont particularly care to do that but I am also simultaneously capable of not judging the fact that you like to do that" Thats easy that ones all in your head If you see a really attractive-to-you woman take a long stretch revealing her hairy armpits can you work through the process of seeing it as a choice she made rather than "Eww gross" Leveling up can you call out other people for judging women with body hair When you hear "Eww gross" can you challenge Judgy McJudgerson to see body hair as a choice as if all choices are valid regardless of whether or not theyre personally appealing to you When I was younger if I saw totally-freaky-to-me-weirdo my reaction was "Eww what a weirdo" Now my response is "Thanks pal Every visible unapologetic weirdo makes the world safer for weirdos" As a visible unapologetic weirdo myself I am invested in a safer world for weirdos and therefore thankful for other visible unapologetic weirdos going about their daily business in the midst of non-weirdos The point is I think even Judgy wants to be able to go to class in yoga pants and Uggs sometimes without experiencing ego-eroding derision Last lets say you prefer body hair on women Lets say its a total turn-on for you Own it Dont be afraid to express that preference if youre asked or if it comes up in conversation Respond to that "eww gross" with "Actually I think leg hair on women is pretty sexy" Dont be that guy in high school with a "secret girlfriend" My gram used to say "That goes to show ya theres a club for everyone" Its OK to be in the club of people who prefer some amount of body hair on women I assure you plenty of other people are walking around with membership cards tucked into their wallets Anyway Im dying to get this conversation started More than anything I want to be talking about gender and body hair instead of carrying on like nothings going on under the surface Do your gender identity and level of body hair collide Do you feel like they match Should body hair be a gender marker If you are female-identified whats your body hair level like Are you comfortable with it If your sexual preference includes female-identified partners do you have a body hair preference on partners How are we going to include people of all genders in Movember next year LETS TALK ABOUT IT * Yes I realize that my generalizations about society and culture are specifically rooted in the United States current day Yes I am aware that there are other parts of the world and other times in human history with different stories to tell about women and body hair Amy Mendosa wrote this story for xoJanecom Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors"Welcome to diverse TV" double winner Idris Elba joked toward the end of the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday night as the British star introduced a clip from Beasts of No Nation Following an awards season marked by controversy over the all-white slate of acting nominees at this years Academy Awards the SAG Awards highlighted a number of actors of color during the ceremony including Elba Uzo Aduba and Viola Davis Backstage after winning best actress in a television drama for How to Get Away with Murder Davis said she was "enjoying the moment" but cautioned that a call for diverse voices in art should not be considered a fad "We have become a society of trending topics Diversity is not a trending topic Its just not" Davis said "Ive always considered myself an actor since I got my equity card in 1988 Ive never put any limitations on myself I felt like I could play Chekhov any character in Chekhov and Shakespeare in Arthur Miller in August Wilson I see myself as an actor No matter what is going on in the business I will find a way to practice my art and all of the actors of color who I know dont place any limitations on themselves either So regardless of what is going on with the Academy regardless of what is going on in Hollywood they will find a way to be excellent We always have and we always will" In the wake of the Oscar nominations Spike Lee Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband Will Smith said they would not attend this years Academy Awards Asked about any boycotts of the ceremony David said "People should do what they want to do with the Oscars If they want to watch it thats fine If they dont thats fine" But beyond the Oscars Davis added it is more important for viewers "to be open to the experience of the story" "I think that sometimes people feel like stories about people of color are not inclusive" she said "Theyre very much inclusive I mean the works of August Wilson which really pretty much made my career is everyones story I mean when you watch Annalise [on How to Get Away With Murder] shes not just a black woman she is a woman going through her life you know And I feel like people forget that in our business we cant act alone You need the actor you need the writer you need the director and finally you need the audience So Im just saying plop your money down to see Race to see Dope to see Straight Outta Compton to see Selma do support directors like Ava DuVernay Lee Daniels Spike Lee that their stories are just as valid and as important as anyone else Thats more important than boycotting is openness" For a full list of SAG Awards winners head here This article originally appeared on EWcom Contact us at [email protected] did you participate in Movember? 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