Category: Police & Prisons
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ latest ad stars civil rights activist Erica Garner, whose father was put in a police chokehold in 2014 and died
I had never spent any real time with another transgender woman before I was incarcerated. At the loneliest time in my life, her friendship meant everything
Peltier’s 1977 conviction was fraught with misconduct, including suppression of potentially exculpatory evidence
Looking back on the 40 years of efforts on my behalf, I am overwhelmed and humbled
The Center for Auto Safety’s Clarence Ditlow wants executives at VW, Takata and General Motors jailed for corporate crime.
Shocking footage at a youth custody center in England highlights the growing decay of detention facilities in the U.K.
It is a movement that interrupts business as usual, and our collective preconceived ideas of what it means to build a movement and be a society in movement
Just as police violence is epidemic, so is the cover up of such violence. It took more than a year for a video to surface showing how Chicago police brutally murdered African-American 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, shooting him 16 times
Interview on the struggles and injustices up to the present day, including the police killings of unarmed African Americans and the spate of U.S. mass shootings
The Network for Police Monitoring says the police are acting more like an army of occupation