Category: Police & Prisons
We must move for what we want, not for what we think the system can produce, because the system is the problem, not the solution to the problem
Unlike many people incarcerated in state and federal prisons legally ineligible to vote, moat in local jails — detained pretrial or held on misdemeanor charges — are legally eligible to vote, but are unable to do so
The default counterinsurgency mode is a consequence of being ruled by an elite that sees the whole population as the enemy
Why 4,998 died in U.S. jails without getting their day in court
A 2006 intelligence assessment reveals that officials had concerns about the infiltration of police departments for years but failed to warn the public
“This timely survey shows common ground on real solutions” and “Opportunities to bridge across racial and political spectrum.”
A grand jury has determined that criminal proceedings can move forward against one of the three white police officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor
What we have been naming as community control has to do with Black people in particular being able to determine policies, practice, procedures, as well as hiring and firing of police
Portland’s new district attorney said he wouldn’t prosecute most protesters. Police kept arresting them anyway.
Under Trump, the collaboration of armed white supremacist Trump supporters and police is an explosive mix of violence aimed at communities of color.