Police Reform Websites

In the past weeks we have launched 3 new websites which will continue to be developed in collaboration with Blackstonian.com. These websites all focus on tracking police misconduct and instituting reforms to prevent discipline it. MassPoliceReform.org Mass Police Reform works to reform police practices to improve respect for basic human and civil rights, reforms should […]

Gallery + Interview: Major Group Art Show Takes Aim at Police Violence

DigBoston write-up by Chris Faraone with Jacob Leidolf: There’s a city full of walls you can post complaints at. -Mos Def Good luck squeezing Jacob Leidolf into a prescribed box. An artist, programmer, educator, and activist, the Boston native makes a symphony of grassroots noise, whether with his Scope Urban Apparel outfit, which you might […]

Black & Blue pt. II – Town Hall Forum on Policing – Thursday April 16 – 5PM @ Dudley Library

[Via Voices of Liberation] RSVP Via Facebook Black & Blue pt. II Examining the Relationship between Communities of Color and the BPD Town Hall Forum on Policing Topics: – State Legislation – City Proposals – DOJ Investigation – Police Misconduct – Police Killing Of Civilians – CO-OP – Civilian Review Board – IAD Process – […]

Stick It To Em – Sticker Making Party for Demz, Mike Brown, Eric Garner and all victims of police brutality.

Using Art to Advocate for Justice, Police Accountability and Victims of Police Brutality RSVP via Facebook Join us for an evening of art making with local artist Jacob Leidolf. We will be making stickers (see examples) that pay tribute to victims of police brutality and killed by officers or that have more general messages like “stop […]

Sticker Making Party: Using Art to Advocate for Justice, Police Accountability and Victims of Police Brutality

Join us for an evening of art making with local artist Jacob Leidolf. We will be making stickers (see examples below) that pay tribute to victims of police brutality and killing by officers or that have more general messages like “stop police brutality” or “don’t shoot”. These stickers will be made available to organizers locally […]

Know Your Rights Graphic

I was sent an interesting info graphic on police brutality from criminology.com. This  informative page details your rights when dealing with law enforcement and also contains real examples of what happens when those rights are not respected by officers. NOTE: The MA Supreme court recently ruled that you CAN film any activities by police on duty. Source: http://www.criminology.com/know-your-rights/