Modern Policing Rooted in Racist Policies

How the Gutting of the 4th Amendment Enables Police Killings

August 8, 2016

ACLU Massachusetts Legal Director Matthew Segal says the judicial gutting of constitutional protections against unreasonable searches must be addressed

The History of Policing in America

August 8, 2016

Criminologist Bill Black says policing needs to positively involve the community without the alienating and destructive ‘broken windows’ type of policy

Police Abuse in School is Further Evidence of the Absence of Value for Black and Female Life

October 27, 2015

Dayvon Love of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle discusses the context and methods of responding to the abuse of a Black female teenager by police in a South Carolina school.

Whistleblower: Modern Policing Rooted in Racist Policies

September 13, 2015

TRNN brings you the second part of our interview with former Baltimore Police Sergeant Michael Wood

Former Cop Says Freddie Gray Slowdown Didn’t Prompt Crime Spike

September 1, 2015

Ex-Baltimore Officer Michael Wood, who came to fame for tweeting about corruption inside the agency, says there is no evidence showing aggressive policing reduces crime. Note: The video version of this interview incorrectly identifies Michael Wood as Michael Woods.