I have a new piece up at Public Books as part of their “Crisis Cities” series, laying out why the history of policing in the United States is not compatible with reformist arguments. (I di
Kaepernick Publishing has been running a series this month titled “Abolition for the People,” inviting some of the nation’s leading scholars, activists, and organizers within the mov
Important read from Caroline Randall Williams. I don’t think this is true of most LGM readers, but this is especially important if you’re a white person disingenuously (or cluelessly) sayi
This is an important study on what those who live in America’s most overpoliced neighborhoods think of their situation. I know of no survey that’s this comprehensive and directly conversan
Minneapolis is disbanding its police department.
Earlier this week Chicago Police Department officers beat the president of the Chicago Police Board during a protest in Hyde Park. The board president declared himself to not be mad about it: Officers
While many things have been put on pause in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, cops murdering Black people is not one of them. Yesterday in Minneapolis is the latest example, when white MPD officer Der
When I’ve posted things in recent months that indicate my support of Bernie Sanders’ candidacy for president, it has not been lost on me that factions of the LGM commentariat have essentia