TURNING AWAY FROM SYSTEMS OF POLICING AND PUNISHMENT DOESN’T MEAN TURNING AWAY FROM ACCOUNTABILITY.

BY MARIAME KABA & ANDREA J. RITCHIE · JULY [...]

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Until We’re Free: Philanthropy’s Role in Decriminalizing, Decarcerating, and Dreaming our Future, from Borealis Philanthropy.

Until We’re Free: Philanthropy’s Role in Decriminalizing, Decarcerating, and [...]

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Communities United for Police Reform (CPR)

Communities United for Police Reform is pushing for legislation that would substantially reduce the number of encounters between police and residents that are based on profiling and discrimination. We are calling on the New York City Council to pass legislation ending discriminatory “stop and frisk” practices and related discriminatory policing, ensuring respect of New Yorkers’ rights, and far more vigorous oversight of the NYPD. Additionally, we are calling for reforms to the citizen complaint process, so that reports of abuse, unlawful stops and improper behavior is taken far more seriously.

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