This article talks about abolition of Policing. This concept was first brought up in 2014-15 during the riots then. Summer Heat – The New Inquiry
— Read on thenewinquiry.com/summer-heat/
Is there a difference between protest and riot? When does a protest become illegal? A rock thrown by protesters injuring anyone should make the protest illegal. At that moment must the protest end?
A civil rights group is urging the nation’s highest court to overturn a lower-court ruling that said a Black Lives Matter organizer has no First Amendment defense to a lawsuit
— Read on www.theadvocate.com/content/tncms/live/
What does science say are the best ways to police in high-crime areas?
— Read on whyy.org/segments/can-science-offer-police-a-better-way-to-handle-protests/
This is an interesting podcast. It is a nice discussion about Professor Cobbina’s book which I’m in the midst of completing.
I have a different reaction to the book than the author of the podcast.
Many people are obviously aware that this nation was founded on a system
of slavery, but what many people don’t know is that the origins of policing
in the United States can be traced to the institution of slavery.”
— Read on www.tinapp.org/episodes/handsup
Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders
Summary report http://www.eisenhowerfoundation.org/docs/kerner.pdf
The Haas Institute has a conference about the 50th anniversary of The Kerner Report. There is a publication (listed below) and videos from the conference at there website. They lean far left.
The Haas Institute
Several Links here. Links to the conference videos.
The Road Not Taken: Housing and Criminal Justice 50 Years After the Kerner Commission Report
The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Kerner Commission Report
What together we can do A forty year update of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders
The Kerner Commission Report Fifty Years Later: Revisiting the American Dream
The Kerner Commission — 40 Years Later
I can’t even imagine this response. I can’t believe that a community would attack the police over the unfortunate event of an officer involved shooting. What is working here are a public few controlling a community. The good public don’t want to dispute the public violence of the minority.
After violent demonstrations in Memphis spurred by the death of Brandon Webber, a street gang has called for the killing of cops.
— Read on www.wlbt.com/2019/06/14/dps-gangster-disciples-have-called-deaths-police-officers/