Educational Resources

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The Invention of Police
By Jill Lepore, The New Yorker

  • Lepore traces the origin of the American police system, back to slavery.

How to Kill Yourself and Others Slowly in America
By Kiese Laymon, Gawker

  • A brief, lyrical essay on one man’s experience with police violence and the damage it wreaks on Black communities.

This City Stopped Sending Police to Every 911 Call
By Christie Thompson, The Marshall Project 

  • Eugene, Oregon is imagining a world in which police are not the first people dispatched every time someone dials 911.

The Invention of Police
By Jill Lepore, The New Yorker

  • Lepore traces the origin of the American police system, back to slavery.

How to Kill Yourself and Others Slowly in America
By Kiese Laymon, Gawker

  • A brief, lyrical essay on one man’s experience with police violence and the damage it wreaks on Black communities.

This City Stopped Sending Police to Every 911 Call
By Christie Thompson, The Marshall Project 

  • Eugene, Oregon is imagining a world in which police are not the first people dispatched every time someone dials 911.

The Invention of Police
By Jill Lepore, The New Yorker

  • Lepore traces the origin of the American police system, back to slavery.

How to Kill Yourself and Others Slowly in America
By Kiese Laymon, Gawker

  • A brief, lyrical essay on one man’s experience with police violence and the damage it wreaks on Black communities.

This City Stopped Sending Police to Every 911 Call
By Christie Thompson, The Marshall Project 

  • Eugene, Oregon is imagining a world in which police are not the first people dispatched every time someone dials 911.

The Invention of Police
By Jill Lepore, The New Yorker

  • Lepore traces the origin of the American police system, back to slavery.

How to Kill Yourself and Others Slowly in America
By Kiese Laymon, Gawker

  • A brief, lyrical essay on one man’s experience with police violence and the damage it wreaks on Black communities.

This City Stopped Sending Police to Every 911 Call
By Christie Thompson, The Marshall Project 

  • Eugene, Oregon is imagining a world in which police are not the first people dispatched every time someone dials 911.

The Invention of Police
By Jill Lepore, The New Yorker

  • Lepore traces the origin of the American police system, back to slavery.

How to Kill Yourself and Others Slowly in America
By Kiese Laymon, Gawker

  • A brief, lyrical essay on one man’s experience with police violence and the damage it wreaks on Black communities.

This City Stopped Sending Police to Every 911 Call
By Christie Thompson, The Marshall Project 

  • Eugene, Oregon is imagining a world in which police are not the first people dispatched every time someone dials 911.