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Who Frames the Narrative? (part 2)

As a scholar who researches media coverage of police and protests, I believe Toledo’s death exposes a blind spot in journalism: a tendency to go with the “police said” narrative without outwardly questioning if it is right.

Riot or Resistance? (Part 1)

Danielle Kilgo is a researcher now based at the University of Minnesota focused on how media contributes to uneven power dynamics and diversity issues, including police brutality and social movements against violence and racism. This is the first of a two-part essay, published with her permission, that combines commentaries she published at The Conversation.

My Perspective From BLM Protests

No matter whose name we are chanting, or whom we are demanding justice for, the fact remains: There is always someone we are demanding justice for.

In the News: March 2021

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Trauma-to-Prison Pipeline, Restorative Justice for Vets, Bias in Protests and Sentencing, Reparations, other resources

I am 85 and contemplating arrest again

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When I look at my five grandchildren, ages 10 to 26, I am determined to continue to do everything in my power to create a world that is free of these horrendous weapons.

In the News: February 2021

Asian American Visibility The Council for Asian American…

The Work of a Street Medic

My response is: ‘Okay, I have these skills. There are people who want to support community and are out there getting hurt.’

2017 Changemakers: Women’s March Marchers – YOU!

Nevertheless she persisted"... your efforts for raising women's voices and lives shake the world

The Women’s March momentum

On Jan. 21, 2017, ten weeks after Donald Trump was elected…

Risking Arrest to Protect the Environment

Ecosystem content is made possible by Organic Lawns by…

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