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Silence and uncertainty surrounds the issue of intimate partner violence among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
By following these recommendations, police departments are primed to enhance the transparency and accountability of their body camera programs.
After the shooting of Charles Thomas, universities should question whether private police forces make campuses and communities safer.
Anthony Graves served 18 years—16 in solitary confinement and 12 on death row—for a crime he didn’t commit.
Black girls are less often recognized as victims of sexual violence and face age- and race-specific barriers to seeking help.
Of the 2.3 million people incarcerated in America, the majority are men. But women bear many burdens of mass incarceration.
A recent move by Congress paves the way to expand what we know about gun violence and save lives.
The Arches Transformative Mentoring Program in New York City shows how credible messengers can create positive local outcomes.
The Kerner Commission Report sought to understand the occurrence of civil disorders during the summer of 1967.
Florida has been particularly aggressive in denying voting rights to people with felony convictions.

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