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Criminal Justice news and analysis from The Nation
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4 Disabled Dead in Another Week of Police Brutality
Police don’t need better training; they need to stop treating noncompliance as justification for violence.
David M. Perry
September 19, 2017
Can Black Lives Matter Win in the Age of Trump?
You could be forgiven for thinking the movement has gone quiet. But you’d be wrong.
September 18, 2017
Seattle to Michael Bennett: We’ve Got Your Back
At a time when other NFL teams are discouraging player protests, the Seahawks are welcoming it.
September 15, 2017
Can Congress Unravel the Trump-Russia Tangle?
Not if a renegade California Republican can stop it.
September 11, 2017
Brooklyn Is America’s Next Shot at Electing a Progressive Prosecutor
Reform comes first and foremost in the Democratic primary.
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September 8, 2017
Who Is Felix Sater, and Why Is Donald Trump So Afraid of Him?
This mob-linked operator and ex-con could be the key to the Russiagate investigation.
September 7, 2017
With DACA Gone, Black Immigrants Find Themselves in the Cross Hairs
Black undocumented immigrants are detained and deported at disproportionate rates. So black DACA recipients are particularly fearful.
September 5, 2017
We Need Everyone to Act Now to Fight for DACA
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced this morning that President Trump is planning to end the program with a delay of six months.
September 1, 2017
Scandal-Plagued Sheriff David Clarke Would Make a Bad Trump Administration Even Worse
Trump’s favorite lawman wants to shred the Constitution and abandon habeas corpus.
September 1, 2017
Erwin Chemerinsky: Trump’s Terrible Pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio
The dean of the law school at Berkeley explains why Trump’s move violates basic tenets of the separation of powers.