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Police Violence? Body Cams Are No Solution

By Shahid Buttar | Originally Published at TruthOut. January 6, 2015 09:41 | Police officers wear what appear to be body cameras as they hold the line against protesters gathered at the police station during a rally in Ferguson, Mo. on Aug. 30, 2014 (AP) Recent evasions [...]

“It May Out-Ferguson Ferguson;” Why Milwaukee’s police violence will horrify you

By Michael H. Carriere | Originally Published at Salon. December 23, 2014 2:58 PM EST | Dontre Hamilton's brother, Dameion Perkins and mother Maria Hamiton listen to speakers on the steps of the federal courthouse Monday, Dec. 22, 2014, in Milwaukee. (Credit: AP) The sad lesson of [...]

Chicago Police Tortured Dozens of Black Men. Now, Victims Seek Reparations

By F. Amanda Tugade | Originally Published at In These Times. December 17, 2014 | On Tuesday, Dec. 16, members of We Charge Genocide, Chicago Torture Justice Memorial, Project NIA and Amnesty International led a five-mile march from Chicago Police Headquarters to City Hall to show support [...]

Is the Koch Brothers’ Curriculum Coming to Your Child’s School?

By The Daily Take Team, The Thom Hartmann Program | Originally Published at TruthOut. December 11, 2014 3:43 PM | (Photo Source and Credit; Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools. The Koch brothers are trying to rewrite history. Caitlin MacNeal over at TPM is reporting that the North Carolina [...]

When Charter Schools Are Nonprofit in Name Only

By Marian Wang | Originally Published at ProPublica. December 9, 2014, 10:49 AM | Illustration; David Sleight/ProPublica This post has been updated to include a response from National Heritage Academies. A couple of years ago, auditors looked at the books of a charter school in Buffalo, New [...]