As Americans take to the streets, we hear from the person prosecuting the police officers and remember the history of policing in black communities.
Minnesota’s attorney general came of age as an anti-police-violence activist. Now he’ll prosecute one of the most important police murder cases ever.
In 1936, a black man was killed by an Atlanta policeman who became a KKK leader. We explore why the city doesn’t recognize the case as a lynching.
More than 1,000 people, including the Revs. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, attended the funeral for Alton Sterling, who was killed by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
In part 2 of Reveal’s in-depth look at law and disorder, we expose some of the tensions between police and the communities they serve and how video ca
UC Berkeley law professor Franklin Zimring, who has written an article on law enforcement officers’ killings of civilians, calls the lack of reliable statistics a scandal and is advocating for a national database of such deaths.