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The COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide protests over police brutality are strengthening the case against mass incarceration, advocates argue.
Protesters and activists have categorically changed the national conversation about public safety. Now they have to figure out how to change public policy.
A former Baltimore cop questions how a department with a nearly half-billion-dollar budget that is riven by rampant corruption and brutality, bloated overtime spending, and unaccounted for patrol officers can continue to justify its existence
With William C. Anderson, journalist and co-author of As Black As Resistance.
Adam H. Johnson
The solution to problems like unsolved homicides, especially in communities of color, cannot be reinvestment in institutions that wage violence against them.
William C. Anderson
Activists say a once-radical campaign has been co-opted.
For those of us who believe our “justice” system must be transformed, moments such as this one are a test of conviction.