Beginning in the 1990s, the [United States] adopted a set of criminal justice strategies that punish poor people for their poverty.
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‘Kevin Powell and Jinah Parker are not the victims in this case.’
In essence, the concept of the “iron cage” is that people are forced and confined to their social condition based on the “teleological” agenda of a government or bureaucracy.
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Allowing American voters a more accessible and a stress-free trip to their voting precincts should be a no-brainer.
Over the three days of researching and writing this column, the NYT published over a dozen separate articles on how Venezuela current political crisis will impact the world’s nations and cities.
Poverty is the biggest killer on the planet, hands down.
A top Google executive recently sent a shot across the bow of its competitors regarding face surveillance. Kent Walker, the company’s general counsel and senior vice president of global affairs, made it clear that Google — unlike Amazon and Microsoft — will not sell a face recognition product until the technology’s potential for abuse is […]
There must be a substantial price paid by these racists who choose to call the police when there is absolutely no evidence of a crime, intended or otherwise.
Military readiness is not a heterosexual cisgender calling.