Aug 21, 2015

Activists launch 'Campaign Zero,' a plan to stop police violence

In the wake of police shootings across the country, a group of racial justice activists have launched a new comprehensive policy agenda to stop police violence. It includes a number of reforms to policing, the court system, and community oversight, complete with policy ideas for the federal, state, and local levels. Today we launched Campaign Zero, a comprehensive plan to end police violence...

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