Theo Anthony unpacks the fraught history that has brought us the body camera in his documentary All Light, Everywhere, which recently premiered at Sundance.
Chae Kihn, an independent New York photographer, is seen tackled to the ground by police in video footage taken at the scene.
Art Detectives, a partnership between the Pérez Art Museum Miami, the Miami-Dade Police Department, and two community organizations that launched last month, may be the only program of its kind in the US.
A new collaborative comic illustrates a leaked transcript of a Minneapolis PD sergeant’s 1996 interrogation of a 14-year-old black child.
This week, we’ve witnessed another onslaught of senseless killings of Black people by police in the United States.
BOSTON — I was on sabbatical, so I had time. Time to create turned into time to think, and I couldn’t think about anything other than death.
If The Wire ran on television today, one of the characters would probably be an Instagram officer.
When 2,000 new police officers were sworn into duty in Kiev last Saturday, Ukrainians couldn’t help noticing how attractive the recruits — a quarter of them women — looked.
EJ Brown remembers being a kid and hearing older relatives talk about Rodney King, the Los Angeles taxi driver beaten by the LAPD.
“I do wonder, when I lead complete strangers around on my walks, and take them to sites that don’t dredge up some awful racial history so they have no racial referent — I wonder the degree to which they allow themselves to have racial thoughts.”
One photojournalist was beaten by Baltimore police and another detained on Saturday night during protests in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray.
What kind of painting do you make in the face of the killing of an unarmed civilian by a police officer? What type of drawing sums up the pain of more than a century of institutional racism?