A Prominent Leader of the Women's March Was Among Those Removed From the Democratic Debate for Protesting
Detroit police removed a group of protesters that criticized Bill de Blasio's handling of police brutality as well as protesters from an immigrants' rights group.
The NYPD Officer Accused of Choking Eric Garner Will Not Be Charged With Civil Rights Violations
The decision came one day before the fifth anniversary of Garner's death and the deadline for the federal government to file charges against the officer.
Filming Police Interactions Hasn't Increased Accountability
As officer interactions with black and Hispanic Americans are increasingly captured on film, courts still aren't ruling against police.
The Fight for Racial Justice Can't Stop With Fixing a Broken Policing System
Author Paul Butler employs the chokehold—the maneuver as well as the metaphor—as, in his words, "a way of understanding how American inequality is imposed."
Does the Broken Windows Theory Justify Heavy Policing of Minor Crimes?
It's been used too often as a reason to approach and penalize people engaged in non-violent misdemeanors.