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Why Reform Falls Short in Stopping Police Violence
A cop arrests a person on the street.

Why Reform Falls Short in Stopping Police Violence

Last year became the deadliest year for fatal police encounters, despite calls for reform and racial justice after the 2020 protests.

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The Cycle of Harm in Over-Policing Black and Brown Communities
The blue light of a police car.

The Cycle of Harm in Over-Policing Black and Brown Communities

The story of Jayland Walker, who was shot over 60 times after a routine traffic stop, underscores how inequitable policing is and how over-policing harms marginalized communities.

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The Uvalde Tragedy Exposes the Futility of Policing
The Uvalde SWAT team lined up with guns.

The Uvalde Tragedy Exposes the Futility of Policing

The inaction of law enforcement during the Uvalde shooting and other tragedies reveal an ugly truth of American policing.

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Seeking Justice for Breonna Taylor Two Years Later
A mural of Breonna Taylor, the woman who was murdered by the police back in 2020.

Seeking Justice for Breonna Taylor Two Years Later

Two years after being murdered by the police and the focus of protests, the fight to get justice for Breonna Taylor continues.

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Severing the Lines of Communication
A person in jail looks at a picture.

Severing the Lines of Communication

Privatizing prison technology and communication add a costly financial burden on incarcerated people and their families.

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Year in Review: How Can We Make ‘Justice for All’ A Reality?
Protesters stand in rows with their hands up in front of police holding batons.

Year in Review: How Can We Make ‘Justice for All’ A Reality?

It’s been over a year since one of the largest movements in U.S. history, yet the American justice system is far from being reformed.

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