Killings By Police Declined After Black Lives Matter Protests

By Jim Daley, Scientific American. -

Since Black Lives Matter protests gained national prominence following the 2014 police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., the movement has spread to hundreds of cities and towns across [...]

Class And Racial Inequalities In Police Killings

By Justin Feldman, People's Policy Project. -

“Police Killings in the US: Inequalities by Race/Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Position" examines the databases of police killings contain important demographic information like race, gender, and [...]

‘A Shocking Dereliction Of Duty’: Supreme Court Brushes Off Police Immunity Cases

By Ryan J. Reilly, Huff Post. -

The nation’s highest court brushed aside a number of cases that would have allowed it to readdress law enforcement officers’ broad immunity from lawsuits over police brutality. Justices on the [...]

What The Heck Is Going On In Seattle?

Since a lot of the narratives swirling around about Seattle right now are less-than-insightful, I’m sharing a few points to help contextualize the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in the bigger [...]

The World On Fire

By Mumia Abu-Jamal, Prison Radio. -

Protests from London to Paris; from Berlin to Nairobi; from Toledo, Ohio, to Tokyo, Japan. Protests in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and against police aggression and racism. Protests [...]

From ‘I Have a Dream’ To ‘I Can’t Breathe’

By Katu Arkonada,  La Jornada. -

The killing of George Floyd is just the tip of the iceberg of a system based on racism and class discrimination that allows 99% of deaths at the hands of the police to go unpunished, during the [...]

Day Of Action June 13: Stop Police Crimes, Community Control Now

By National Alliance Against Racist & Political Repression. -

The National Alliance Against Racist & Political Repression calls upon all its members, comrades, friends and allies to join a national day of action this Saturday, June 13ᵗʰ to call for direct [...]