“Cop shows glorify police.” The widely popular TV crime genre that uses policing as entertainment has been taking a toll on Black and brown communities.
Filmmaker George Zuber wants "Where Justice Ends" to remind viewers that “injustices faced by the most vulnerable ... urgently need to be understood.”
The Sacramento Police Department have released footage of an incident that led to a teenage boy being rundown by a squad car.
"Think small, and you can do much bigger things,” the rapper wrote in a new essay.
There are concrete actions to take, as well. Calling government representatives and demanding accountability. Volunteering
(Photo Credit: Daniel Bayer/The Aspen Institute) Get closer to the issues Get uncomfortable So how does one confront a long
In the event of an error our officers will be put on compensated leave pending a "full investigation". If you feel you've been treated unfairly, you can request a hearing. But understand that it is not our duty to listen to you. Proceed to the end of the line you will be seen in the order that we decide.
The victim's sense of injustice needn't stem from the accident itself, either. It might come from how they are treated afterwards
How can the richest country in the history of the world that has an abundance of food have so many hungry people? Who are they? How can we change this grave injustice?
Getting to know so many activist-minded, passion-driven Jewish, Christian, and Muslim people, many of whom do not hesitate