The former Fort Worth police officer accused of murder in the 2019 shooting death of Atatiana Jefferson, is set to go to trial May 16. Jefferson was shot inside her own home in south Fort Worth in October 2019.
Race & Society
Four high-profile executions scheduled in just over a week, including a Texas man put to death Thursday night and another granted a stay in Tennessee, have renewed attention on the U.S. death penalty.
The Nursing Narratives Project are proud to be able to release the testimonies of their nurse participants. You are invited to watch and circulate these powerful stories!
Racial Justice and Social Transformation: How Funders Can Act. The report represents clarify on some of the best practices needed to make racial justice a reality and racial injustice a thing of the past.
Benjamin Zephaniah is one of the most loved and respected poets in the country with a career spanning decades. You probably read his work in school, or saw him speaking up for social justice at countless protests.
The system for handling police complaints has been labelled as “broken” by critics after it was found 43 per cent of officers deemed as having a case to answer for misconduct faced no further action.
Forensic Architecture speaks to Computer Weekly about how it uses various digital technologies to investigate human rights abuses around the globe, including the the killing of Mark Duggan by police.
Attorneys for imprisoned journalist and Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal filed a petition for a Post-Conviction Relief Appeal, based on evidence found in six case file boxes they were able to review in January 2019.