Organizers return to challenging the University of Chicago Police Department’s practices—this time with a more radical agenda
The Chicago Torture Justice Center honors the mothers of police torture survivors
Artists and activists explore the question of how much Chicago, and the Chicago police, have changed since 1968
For the People Artists Collective chronicles a history of police violence in Chicago
Larry Redmond on his exhibit on resistance to police violence
Are Chicago’s new shot detection and predictive policing technologies worth it?
A history of police in Chicago Public Schools
Three years after Laquan McDonald’s death, insufficient progress has been made in police accountability
Why did the CPD release data from its Strategic Subject List after seven years of stonewalling?
In a tense public meeting, the young women of Youth for Black Lives question Superintendent Eddie Johnson