As the urban poor are displaced to metropolitan peripheries, policing and punishment have become more suburban.
Tag: Police Brutality
Withholding accurate information obscures both the impact of the pandemic on the most vulnerable and the resurgence of institutional violence.
The inconvenient truth of police history in the United States is that police departments were not designed to keep a generic public safe.
A politics of rage does not equate emotions with irrationality or impulsive behavior, but can affirm equality, claim agency, and ask for justice.
The dueling crises of the pandemic and police brutality have brought many problems to the surface of our society and made them impossible to continue to ignore.
Think, if you’ll indulge me, of your last significant encounter with a police officer. For some, this may be difficult, and perhaps all that will come to mind is ...