A Closer Look At Protocol: How Antiquated Policy Hinders Police Accountability

by Staff Writer Britni Sharde Since March of 2020, from the murder of Breonna Taylor in Louisville, KY to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN, the social climate of nation produced protests against police brutality in every state. Rage and tears accompanied chants of “I can’t breathe” and “Black Lives Matter” while strangersContinue reading “A Closer Look At Protocol: How Antiquated Policy Hinders Police Accountability”

Break the Chains Off: An Introduction to Prison Abolition

by Contributing Writer Jaden Janak There is a fundamental problem with policing and incarceration in this country. According to 2016 Department of Justice statistics, 1 in every 38 citizens in the United States is under correctional supervision, meaning under probation, parole, or currently incarcerated. This incarceration rate is the highest in the world by far. OklahomaContinue reading “Break the Chains Off: An Introduction to Prison Abolition”