Category: Police & Prisons

Isabella Garcia: Invest in Communities, Not Cops

Reclaim the Block, a coalition of local organizations, looks to a future where Minneapolis divests from the police department and invests in community-based solutions and safety

James Anderson: A Liberatory Liberal Arts Education for Those in Prison

A Review of the College Behind Bars Documentary

David Rosen: Exonerate the Innocent; Incarcerate the Guilty

The U.S. “justice” system, first and foremost, protects police and prosecutors

Joe Allen: They Killed Frank Ordoñez

If the past is any indication, few police will be held accountable for the massacre that took place

Max Rameau: Historic Radical Organization Relaunches to Fight Police Oppression

Interview on the relaunch of the National Alliance Against Racist & Political Repression, and the start of a national effort to advocate for community control over the police

Glen Ford: “This movement will be ‘black-led and left-led’”

A (Re)Born National “Black And Left-Led” Organization Fights For Community Control Of Police

Don Fitz: Politicians Agree: “Any White Cop Can Kill a Black Man”

Crises of cops indiscriminately killing black men keep intensifying throughout the area

Kevin Zeese: Taking Control Of Police

Democratic community control of the police transforms the power dynamic between police and citizens

Laura Flanders: #SayHerName, Impeachment, and a Hawk

What would it take to cultivate caring instead of hate?

Alec Karakatsanis: Criminal Justice System Is Doing What It Was Designed to Do.

Alec Karakatsanis’s “Usual Cruelty: The Complicity of Lawyers in the Criminal Injustice System” clearly lays out a case for why our criminal legal system is not broken, but doing exactly what it was designed to do

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