If we focused on seeing people instead of labels and preconceived notions, we would solve so many of the problems plaguing our species.
Perhaps, the people who don’t want others to complain have nothing to complain about.
Good Guys do Good Things While we try to limit the television our sons consume, the tube has already influenced their early interpretations of what is good and bad in the world. The shows they watch, for example, all have good and bad characters. Any show must have these elements—that’s the drama of storytelling. What’s…
Korrie D. Johnson shares why he had reason to be afraid.
Jeremy Adam Smith’s son asked, “Did they get the bad guys?” Turns out, that was a really difficult question to answer.
A not so complex story about a certain side of a thin blue line.
Created by PPD members, the Hub for Juvenile Justice Services would change how children are treated at point of entry to the justice system.
The disproportionate killing of black suspects is not driven by white police officers, numerous studies suggest.
“Note the creative phrasing, the novel juxtaposition of words: ‘the officer discharged his weapon, striking the individual.'”
White people are using the threat of 9-11 to settle squabbles with Black people that shouldn’t rise to the attention of a block captain, let alone police.
“Why don’t Black people call the police on white people as much as white people call on Black people? Maybe it is because Black people don’t see police as protectors?”
Being black is not a crime. Think before calling the cops.
5 ways to identify the dangers among us.
An Oakland coffee shop is facing intense criticism and a flurry of negative press after refusing to serve a policeman.
What are the differences between a democratic and an authoritarian approach to policing?
Minorities in America are being confronted with the direct reality that service providers, paid or volunteer, may not have their best interests at heart.