In this fourth installment of the #GangDatabase series, we talk to Marnie Lenox & Afrika Owes about the constitutional and ethical issues surrounding NYPD's use of a gang database.
Recently, New York City has seen a growing number of stories related to gangs-related crimes. It’s sparked several projects aimed at ridding NYC of gangs for good. But… Who are the people the NYPD call gangsters? We take a look, with JustLeadership USA.
Two years after a federal lawsuit dealt the NYPD a legal blow to its wanton stopping and frisking of Black and Latino residents, it seems the country’s largest police department still can’t adhere to the law.
#SwipeItForward returned to New York City last November in a city-wide demonstration against the Broken Windows policies of NYPD. To help prevent fellow New Yorkers from a night in jail, these activists offered free rides to those in need. But there's an even bigger story at work here:
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#SwipeItForward returned yesterday in a CITY-WIDE demonstration in #NYC. To help prevent fellow New Yorkers from a night in jail, these activist offered free rides to those in need. But there's an even bigger story at work here.