Never mind. Good luck reforming this.
Today in The Guardian I try to explain why I don’t find much hope in the Chauvin verdict or the new DOJ probe into the Minneapolis Police Department, but am still not without hope. The close there i
Eve Ewing, former Chicago Public Schools teacher and current sociology professor at the University of Chicago, and author of the indispensable Ghosts in the Schoolyard: Racism and School Closings on C
Yesterday, researchers published a study in Science that examines how Chicago police officers’ racial & gender identities might influence how they engage with Black & Latinx citizens. It
The great Chicago journalist and author Natalie Moore has a story up today about the efforts of anonymous cowards to get their neighbors to call the police on Chicago’s famous and wonderful R
There is a major exposé in the December issue of Rolling Stone on the violence and impunity of the Chicago Police Department. I know the story well and was interviewed for the piece, and still find i
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
Ta-Nehisi Coates guest-edited the September issue of Vanity Fair, and assembled a truly remarkable roster of contributors. I recommend many of the essays, but want in particular (for now, at least) to