Tagged - police brutality

Students explore the phrase “Defund the Police” in panel: what it means and what it entails

“Defunding the police essentially means the police will be funded but will not be overfund[ed],” she said. “The city budget will be redistributed [...] [meaning] everyone [will get] a fair share in terms of the funding."

Interfaith candlelight vigil honors Daniel Prude 

“I am in mourning for a man I never met because I fear that one day, it could be my brother or my mother — or me,” Baker said. 

Students reimagine Public Safety on campus, address lack of administrative accountability  

Many students largely agreed that the funds currently supporting DPS should be  reallocated to other departments in need of more resources, such as the Paul J. Burgett Intercultural Center and University Counseling Center.

Blue lives don’t exist

If you want to monopolize violence, then you should be willing to be its first victim. But most cops aren’t.