A discussion focusing on how we can move forward construtively to challenge systemic police brutality against black men and women in America.
An IPS analysis, commentary and statement of solidarity exposing how America has invested heavily in foreign as well as domestic militarization while disinvesting in public welfare and security.
Spying on protesters is the worst violation of our freedom.
Those very same pilotless, remote-controlled, undetectable planes that the CIA has been secretly using to spy on and bomb people in Pakistan and elsewhere are headed to our local police departments.
The Honduran military not only ousted a president. It has militarized society by elbowing aside the police.
Strip searches are now legal after arrests for violating leash laws or riding a bicycle without an audible bell.
Law enforcement officials say the number of violent encounters with anti-government “sovereign citizens” is rising.
The Occupy movement has made millions of Americans think harder about our economic, environmental, and political realities, and that has the potential to change everything.
Lt. John Pike hosed down a line of silent, passive, determined, and frightened students, as if they were nothing more than weeds he needed to kill.
Highlighting New Issues in Ending Violence Against Women; More Women Afraid To Come Forward And Access Services
Congressional leaders will participate in ad-hoc hearing examining violence against immigrant women this Thursday on Capitol Hill.
Will South Sudan, now on the verge of becoming a new country, make secession acceptable?
Postcard From … Singapore