by Carla Murphy on February 26 2015, 12:01PM
A look at what happens to very young men serving time in adult prisons.
by Carla Murphy on February 25 2015, 11:53AM
Maynard fought for diversity, representation, fairness and excellence in news media.
by Carla Murphy on February 25 2015, 10:13AM
The PBS shows “POV” and “Independent Lens” are major outlets documentary filmmakers of color. Now they worry that scheduling changes at its biggest station will push their work to the sidelines.
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Carla Murphy on February 19 2015, 1:32PM
One detective’s extensive torture beat
by Carla Murphy on February 18 2015, 1:44PM
Religious, ethnic and civil liberties groups in the U.S. are closely watching this week’s White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism
by Carla Murphy on February 16 2015, 12:41PM
Some members of law enforcement are beginning to address race relations publicly; is it enough?
by Carla Murphy on February 13 2015, 9:00AM
Bronx police entered the home of 18-year-old, unarmed Ramarley Graham and shot him to death. Three years later his mother, Constance Malcolm, settled with the city for $3.9 million. Here’s why she’s still fighting for police accountability.
Topics: Criminal Justice
by Carla Murphy on February 11 2015, 10:45AM
Reportedly facing up to 15 years in prison
by Carla Murphy on February 11 2015, 10:03AM
A young husband, wife and her sister are the murder victims
by Carla Murphy on February 4 2015, 3:52PM
Gatekeepers of black culture and history would like it to.
by Carla Murphy on February 3 2015, 10:25AM
Unarmed teen’s shooting helped galvanize New York City around stop-and-frisk reform in 2012.
by Carla Murphy on January 30 2015, 2:49PM
A curated list
by Carla Murphy on January 27 2015, 12:39PM
Washington,D.C., panel looks at how media covers race post-Ferguson and Staten Island.