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Racial Justice

Organizing for change: How some activists are responding to police violence

Bashirah Mack ('22) reports from a pop-up protest sign exchange to the defund police campaign, Black organizers in Oakland are working hard to change the status quo.

When Police Violence is a Dog Bite

Michelle Pitcher ('21) contributes to story by lecturer Abbie VanSickle on police dogs—used for officer safety but causing more hospital visits than any other use of force by police—and lack of oversight on how they're deployed.

Message from Interim Dean Geeta Anand regarding the legacy of Representative John Lewis

Interim Dean Geeta Anand pledges to renew our commitment to work tirelessly to create a more equitable school—and world.

In Stockton, a Powerful Program to Prevent Violence

Betty Márquez Rosales reports how gun violence, police brutality & unemployment affects Blacks and Latinos in Stockton and the devoted 'interrupter' working to keep them safe.

How Black Lives Matter Reached Every Corner of America

Our NYT Data Desk interns Yuri Avila, Barbara Harvey and Alex Matthews contribute reporting and research.

‘My Mom Is Beyond a Superwoman’: Mother’s Day While Locked Up

KQED interviews Robin Estrin ('21) about her reporting on a prisoner with respiratory disease serving a life sentence spending Mother's Day away from his elderly mom and the COVID fears they have for each other.

Medically vulnerable migrants plea for release from detention

Jess Alvarenga reports on the situation for vulnerable migrants at the Otay Mesa Detention Center with the largest outbreak of COVID-19.