by Stephen Benavides Jul 29, 2015
It's been nearly two months since police officers crashed a pool party in McKinney, Texas, forcing the affluent suburb into the national debate over how police interact with communities of color in America.
by Zack Ford Jul 21, 2015
If hotel staff hadn't profiled her as a black trans woman, she wouldn't be sitting in jail right now.
by Carimah Townes Mar 25, 2015
Don't be fooled by what you see on TV.
by Emily Atkin Jan 3, 2015
Some have argued that bans on hoodies will only exacerbate the problem of racial profiling.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Oct 30, 2014
“I will order Sheriff Arpaio to take the training," U.S. District Court Judge Murray Snow said. "I will order that today.”
by Amelia Rosch Oct 9, 2014
African Americans make up less than a quarter of Boston's population but almost two thirds of recorded police stops.
by Amelia Rosch Sep 15, 2014
African American drivers in Connecticut are more than twice as likely to get pulled over, but 77 percent of contraband found during traffic stops belongs to white drivers.
by Alice Ollstein Sep 2, 2014
The man was arrested at a Moral Mondays rally.
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 19, 2014
In the wake of Michael Brown's death, many are calling for mandatory police body cams. But that won't necessarily prevent future police shootings.
by Judd Legum Jun 28, 2014
"Put your hand behind your back right now. I’m going to slam you on this car."