Because the murder, caging, and shaming of untold innocents is simply not OK.
Reckonings #12: How do people fundamentally change their hearts and minds?
As long as police officers evade justice, a large part of the public will feel that citizens, too, no matter the magnitude of their crime should be let off the hook.
To limit the amount of guns and hard drugs in communities, citizens in cities must demand stronger borders, including enhanced security and inspection at ports of the items that travel through them. — Why have American lawmakers been tough on criminals instead of dispersing rigor to diminish their access to the tools used to perpetuate…
The model that employs a man freed from prison after being wrongfully convicted of murder should be adopted nationwide.
Decoteau Irby explains how many Black males in this country who would feel more valuable if they were given a fair chance in an unjust criminal justice system.
Philadelphia’s elected and appointed officials have lost a large part of the public’s trust, with many either labeling them conspirators in a crime or just plain incompetent.
From re-opening a criminal investigation to resignation of government officials, supporters of Brandon Tate-Brown and his family vocalize demands.
Philadelphia’s youth recommended police officers become more social, and in turn, citizens will, too.
A vote of no confidence in Philly’s top cop has been issued by the mother of Mr. Brandon Tate-Brown.
In Philly and New York City, officials and activists are barking about bail and criminal justice reform.
Innocent citizens wrongfully accused of crimes are often released by courts with no concern for their mental health.
David Moss was arrested 14 times for drug possession and never offered treatment. This is the story of his redemption.
Criminal justice reform takes more than discussion and legislation. It takes courage, action, and maybe some new technology.
In case you missed our #GoodMenChat TwitterChat on Connecting with Men Returning from Incarceration, we have your recap right here.
Dr. Max Wachtel speaks out on the one rule that can save our boys.