Elizabeth Hinton’s new book recounts the history of police oppression and how it fuels protests by Black citizens

Apainful pattern repeats itself throughout America: A Black person is killed by police officers, protests ensue, and police are brought in to stifle the demonstrations. Most of the time, the protests against racial injustice are peaceful, but occasionally violence breaks out. Meanwhile, politicians do little to prevent the cycle from continuing.  Read More

Wednesday, June 30, 2021