Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat (NY-13) signed on as a Co-Sponsor of H.Res. 988, a resolution introduced by Congresswomen Ayanna Pressley (MA-07) and Ilhan Omar (MN-05).
In an unprecedented move, the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Michael Brown, and Philando Castile, together with over 600 rights groups led by the American Civil Liberties Union and Continue Reading →
Representative Adriano Espaillat, was joined by several New York state and city elected officials in the district to announce the Harlem Manifesto.
What are the politics of police brutality in New York City and what leaders and movements have attempted to stop it? Why don’t police review boards stop police brutality?
The debate on police discrimination and violence is forcing Hispanic and black Americans to address both the commonalities and tensions between their communities.
Today, the New York State Senate voted to pass the Police Statistics and Transparency Act (S.1830-C/A.10609) that ill affect New Yorker from Harlem to the Hudson.
Police brutality is a problem in the criminal justice system from Harlem to Hollywood. Police-worn body cameras are one potential remedy to these violent encounters, but they have both benefits Continue Reading →
Mayor Bill de Blasio promised $1 billion in NYPD cuts in an upcoming budget that would redistribute the funds to youth programs.
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