On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: We the Animals

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On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Janet Mock’s Episode of "Pose"

This is why Hollywood needs to pay attention to trans creators. Read more »

Targeting the Opposition: The Long, Troubling History of Cops at Pride Parades

Pride started in the late 1950s as a series of riots and protests against police officers. Read more »

Because White Men Can't Police Their Imaginations: Police Brutality in Anaheim

Why did an off-duty police officer confront teenagers walking home from school with a gun? Read more »

Laughing at the Cops: The Disconnect Between Police Comedies—Like "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"—And the Real Police

In a show that revolves around modern policing, set in the heart of New York City, not admitting that the police have a problem is a problem. Read more »

In California, a Government App Will (Finally!) Track When Police Shoot Civilians

I tested out the new tool that California will use to track violent encounters. And found some problems.  Read more »

Beyond Incarceration: What Could Accountability Look Like in Police Killings?

It’s no surprise that police officers involved in the homicide of Freddie Gray are getting acquittals. We need to rethink what “justice” can look like. Read more »

Debunking Four Myths About Black Lives Matter

Franchesca Ramsey gives advice on responding to frustrating questions like, “So are you saying ONLY Black Lives Matter?” Read more »

If We Must Wear Ourselves Out, Let it Be Because We Build

After the violence last week, commit to building a different society.  Read more »

“We Can Live in a World Where Police Don’t Kill People”

There are ways to end police violence. Politicians just ignore them. Read more »

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