They worry that the increased presence of law enforcement at their school may wind up turning them into targets.
Native and black kids should not have to bear the cost of America’s fascination with violence, no matter what our tone-deaf president says.
The linguistic gymnastics required to report on police violence—without calling up images of police violence—is a thing of semantic wonder.
A Vice News report finds that from 2010 through 2016, cops in the 50 largest U.S. police departments shot more than 3,630 people, nearly double some prior estimates.
Only a fraction of bias crimes by officers ever get reported or prosecuted. Widespread lack of training could have something to do with that, a review finds.
Data indicates law enforcement officials have killed nearly 500 people this year alone.