PM Stories

Wisconsin Police Shoot Jacob Blake in “Broad Daylight” Inae Oh, Mother Jones

Kenosha Reels After Police Shooting and Night of Protest Julie Bosman, New York Times

In Portland, a Prosecutor Must Decide: Which Protesters Should Go to Jail? Richard A. Oppel Jr., New York Times

Tennessee adopts new law that could strip some protesters of voting rights Colby Itkowitz and Amy Gardner, Washington Post

Texas put hundreds of hours into finding and arresting police brutality protesters. Lawyers call it a “witch hunt.” Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune

As police overhaul bill lingers, unions flex their political muscles Milton J. Valencia, Boston Globe

DA seeks bail increase after learning nonprofit fund would pay it Michael Jonas, Commonwealth Magazine

With gun violence surging and public trust on the line, New York’s officers go back on the beat Shayna Jacobs, Washington Post

Despite Huge Number of Misconduct Complaints, Cops at NYPD’s 75th Precinct Keep Getting Promotions Tana Ganeva, The Intercept

What We Need To Curb Violence In The US (And It Isn’t More Prisons And Policing) Aswad Thomas, HuffPost

The Life Breonna Taylor Lived, In the Words of Her Mother Ta-Nehisi Coates, Vanity Fair

Minneapolis Street Art During and After the BLM Protests Danez Smith, Vanity Fair

AM Stories

Coronavirus Limits California’s Efforts to Fight Fires With Prison Labor Thomas Fuller, New York Times

Florida won’t disclose data of prisoner COVID cases, deaths at smaller facilities Grace Toohey, Orlando Sentinel

Coronavirus cases in prisons are exploding. More people need to be let out. Editorial Board, Washington Post

NORCOR, last jail in Oregon to hold immigration detainees, to end ICE contract Conrad Wilson, Oregon Public Broadcasting

Here’s what defunding the police would look like in your city Lilly Smith, Fast Company

Slate of proposed bills could change policing in California Alicia Victoria Lozano, NBC News

Goodbye Cincinnati Police Department? Charter amendment effort aims to re-imagine police but faces wide resistance Sharon Coolidge, Cincinnati Enquirer

323,911 Accusations of NYPD Misconduct Are Released Online Ashley Southall, New York Times

Protesters allege rampant physical and verbal abuse by Chicago police at recent demonstrations Dan Hinkel, Chicago Tribune

The Massachusetts Bail Fund is on the right side of the law – and justice Sandra Susan Smith, Boston Globe

New Orleans City Council Passes Resolution Ending Fines and Fees Vera Institute of Justice

Black veteran serving life for $30 marijuana sale set free after nearly a decade in prison N’dea Yancey-Bragg, USA Today

Stop using ‘officer-involved shooting’ Mya Frazier, Columbia Journalism Review

A Closer Look at the Public Art at Chicago Police Stations Logan Jaffe, ProPublica

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