The voice that was missing, and that is also the one that is always shut out of these “open” conversations, is again that of the radical, the revolutionary.
It can be challenging to make art of any kind that asks people to engage with hard and heavy and ugly issues, but if you look for it there are artists everywhere taking it on.
The overriding concern here is that the BPD once again proved itself masterful at misrepresenting facts, and of presenting officers in a positive media light.
Everyone from architects to barbers needs to be licensed in Mass—should police have the same standard?
Peterson is apparently attempting to be seen as an intellectual voice of reason, a behind-the-scenes convener and a major player.
Stats suggest, activists, and outside experts agree: There will never be accountability for BPD so long as cops police themselves
From the Olympics to police brutality, the Hub reporters should piggyback more independent research and ideas