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Body cameras have been embraced by the police, even as police attack cop-watch patrols.
We need law and policing reform, but first we have to want to end state-sanctioned violence against African-Americans.
Debates over reform rage, but we know what works.
Here’s what we actually know about proposed police reforms.
Once you were not afraid to ask that all-important question: “Who’s afraid of a large black man?” Tragically, it now seems like the answer might be you.
Even as activists are organizing against police violence, many Americans continue to see blacks as criminals—and want our police to act accordingly.
Angry protesters are seeking justice for Michael Brown—and much more.
While other cities have embraced heavy-handed policing tactics, Richmond, California, has offered mentoring and money to its most at-risk young men.
In 1996, the NYPD charged George Bell, Gary Johnson and Rohan Bolt in the brutal Davis-Epstein murders, but the evidence was never airtight.
After years of harassment by the police, homeless Angelenos and their allies fight back.
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