Why We Take A Knee
Just in case ya forgot who suggested to @Kaepernick7 that he should kneel...
(Official) White Supremacists Have Been Infiltrating US Police Departments Since 2006
Black Lives Upended by Policing: The Raw Videos Sparking Outrage
Captured by cellphones or police cameras, footage has spread through social media, shining a light on disturbing police encounters.
The History of Lynching and the Present of Policing
A new documentary on Michael Brown comes just in time.
Khalil Gibran Muhammad
How America became over-policed by Mychal Denzel Smith
“The police in Ferguson operated as an armed collection agency: They targeted black citizens at traffic stops & imposed fines that became integral part of the city’s budget. When residents protested police violence, they were met w/tanks, tear gas, and arrests.”
After Finding 97 Percent Of People Caught In Its Marijuana Stings Were Black, Minneapolis Ends Sting Program by Kimberley Richards
Murder With Impunity
Out of 52,175 homicides in 50 cities over the past decade, 51 percent did not result in an arrest.
Christopher Ingraham on Twitter: "Staggering: in nearly every major city, murders of white people are much more likely to be solved than murders of black people.
Fatal Chicago Police Shooting Of Maurice Granton Jr. Disputed By Victim’s Family
"I just want to know what the real story is," Granton's sister said. By Bruce C.T. Wright
Sterling Brown Video Proves Fame and Fortune Won’t Protect Athletes from Police Abuse
Indeed, there’s a long history of success increasing the chances of being targeted by Brando Simeo Starkey
Stephon Clark’s Official Autopsy Conflicts With Earlier Findings
23 Seconds, 5 Critical Moments: How Stephon Clark Was Killed by the Police by Christoph Koettl and Ben Laffin
Stephon Clark and the Golden State’s Shameful Secret by Amy Alexander
Family Of Quanice Hayes Sues City Of Portland Over Police Shooting
by Conrad Wilson and Ericka Cruz Guevarra
Podcast Series Details Life and Death of Black Teen Killed by Baltimore Police
“The Daily” tells the story of Lavar “Nook” Montray Douglas—and the family that mourns him—in five-parts.
A California Church Flirts with an Unusual Social Experiment: To Never Call Police Again by Jaweed Kaleem
by Zenobia Jeffries
No Rights Which the White Man Is Bound to Respect by Walter Johnson
KING: Until These Two Supreme Court Cases Are Successfully Challenged, Police Brutality Will Continue by SHAUN KING
Why It's Impossible To Indict A Cop by Chase Madar
How the Community Forced Out a Racist Cop
More Black People Killed by Police Than Were Lynched During Jim Crow by April V. Taylor
Police Killings Picked Up Where Lynching Left Off by Donovan X. Ramsey
'White Allies' Protest Police Shooting
Hundreds of mostly white protesters gathered Thursday evening in downtown St. Louis and marched, chanting "white silence is violence.".
Why A Cop With A Tattoo That Looks Like A Nazi Symbol Is Still On The Job
How to Make Sense of Police Shooting Innocents by Joseph Margulies