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Part Two of Beyond Confrontation: Community-Centered Policing Tools
The year since the election has been challenging. But this moment also presents us with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reimagine and rebuild.
This two-week suspension is an effort to silence an African American who has a national platform, thousands of followers and a message that challenges the status quo. ESPN should be ashamed.
Every detail of this case has implications on how people of color are disregarded, what our judicial system is turning into, and what over policing is doing to our communities.
A police officer claiming to be in fear when encountering a Black person should not be enough to justify taking a life.
As President Obama prepares to leave office, he is solidifying his tarnished legacy when it comes to incarcerating families in need of safety.
Governor Scott joins a long, ugly history where Black people are told that their political participation doesn’t matter and can be voided.
The rise of hate crimes like this one are countenanced because of the White supremacist views embraced across this country and by those in power.