Imagine this: You are driving while white down the street.
For the love of all things good, you helped me to make a difference.
Reckonings episode #4 features Preston Shipp, a former tough-on-crime prosecutor for the state of Tennessee.
This morning’s carnage in California offers yet another sad reminder that current solutions are not working.
The Atlantic checks out Aspen Ideas Festival’s ideas on law enforcement.
What is honor… and why has American culture lost touch with it? It’s the simple pleasures that bring the most joy in life, and one of my favorite pastimes has been listening to my friends play music. Not going to concerts, mind you, but having great tunes performed in my immediate vicinity while drinking, smoking,…
“Traditional experts on poverty don’t know how to fix this problem. So they don’t talk about it.”
Criminal justice reform takes more than discussion and legislation. It takes courage, action, and maybe some new technology.
Shawn Henfling offers a way to respect the police but not their corrupt actions.
For the people caught in this sting operation by the Kansas City, MO police force, this Christmas will be one they’ll never forget.
Motivated by the recent deaths of Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and Eric Garner at the hands of police officers, Matt Selker shines a light on the urgent, imperative need for educating those in law enforcement on the use of emotional intelligence competencies.
An Integrative Psychiatrist on how we create racism, how our brains work on racism, and how we can train our brains to break the cycle.
Real change in American policing will come at the local level.
Clearly the events in Ferguson Missouri are sparking a national conversation about racism and policing in America today, but that doesn’t necessarily mean anything concrete will change.
We throw the word hero around a little too casually these days. Here are some men who earn the title.
Another black teenage boy shot dead, but this time, the vigil gives way to violence.