These people have been eagerly fed by a GOP seeking shock troops to defend the status quo.
The GOP police reform bill seems more concerned with stopping the protests than stopping the abuses that sparked them.
Is the tide definitively turning against Trump supporters?
This is not a protest about “bad apples” among police, it’s an uprising against a system built on anti-Black violence.
Kneeling in “solidarity” with protesters is another attempt by police to gaslight people’s lived experience of policing.
The Amy Cooper incident in Central Park is the daily living reality for most Black people in the U.S.
Activists in Minneapolis and mourners in Houston discuss the future of the movement following George Floyd’s killing.
The Atlanta police chief resigned after a cop shot and killed Rayshard Brooks, a 27-year-old Black man, on Friday night.
These companies have fiercely opposed wage increases and workplace organizing that would empower Black workers.
Amid calls to defund police, cops are framing themselves as victims. We must remember who is really being brutalized.