Abolishing the systems and institutions that propagate white supremacy is an important step toward decolonization.
In the fight for abolition, losing an immediate demand should not deter us from the long-term struggle.
The ongoing protests against police violence have made overt the long historical ties between cops and white militias.
Since September 2, demonstrators have been calling for the defunding and disbanding of the Rochester Police Department.
Focusing on costs of police settlements won’t end brutality but could deprive victims of the reparations they deserve.
It’s time for Muslim communities to re-evaluate their connection to law enforcement.
Prosecutors are part of the prison-industrial complex, which has no place in a community-led quest for reparations.
We must also dismantle the entire criminal legal apparatus rooted in economic exploitation and racial oppression.
Youth across the U.S. are organizing for police-free schools and resources that prioritize their well-being.
People protested police brutality at the 2000 Republican National Convention. Twenty years later, not much has changed.