Stop-and-Frisk

Growing Calls for Police Reform in Philadelphia and Chicago

Two new reports released this week back them up.

Watch: Stop-and-Frisk and Police-Community Relations in the U.S.

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Boston Has a Stop-And-Frisk Problem, New ACLU Report Says

Could reform be on the horizon?

Justice Department to Begin Collecting Racial Profiling Data

The Justice Department will start tabulating stop-and-frisk frequency and racial bias.

Court Date Set for Phila. Teen Alleging Sexual Assault By Police

Darrin Manning faces criminal charges from an arrest in which he says a female police officer injured his genitals.

Phila. Teen Claims Stop-And-Frisk Led to Injured Genitals

The 16-year-old says that a female officer squeezed his genitals so hard that it ruptured his testicle.

Black Man Repeatedly Arrested and Jailed for 'Trespassing' at His Workplace

Earl Sampson has been stopped and questioned 258 times, searched at least 100 times, arrested 62 times, and jailed 56 times by Miami Gardens Police, all in and around his workplace.

South Asian New Yorkers Speak Out Against Stop and Frisk

Because they’re being targeted, too.

Is Obama Poised To Create Stop-and-Frisk Nation?

Amidst national debates around racial profiling, Obama endorses the head cheerleader for stop-and-frisk policies to head Homeland Security.

Watch Yassin Bey's (aka Mos Def) New Video on Stop-and-Frisk

The outspoken rapper takes his hometown police department to task for its controversial policies in the city’s communities of color.

Video Exclusive: David Floyd on Why He Sued NYPD

Hours before he left the country for medical school, Colorlines.com caught up with David Floyd, the man who put his name on the biggest stop and frisk suit around. Here’s why he put himself on the line for this federal case.

Meet David Floyd, the Man At the Center of the NYPD's Stop-and-Frisk Trial

His story has become all too common for men of color in New York City.

This Is Why It Sucks to Be Stopped and Frisked in New York City

Long before the NYPD’s signature program went to trial, men of color have documented their experiences. Here’s what they have to say.

Yes, Racism is a Public Health Risk

Racism ain’t just about hurting people’s feelings.