Bringing BLM Back to the Streets

A sharp critique of the M4BL Platform calls for us to move away from police reform, nonprofit funding and the Democratic Party–and into the streets.

The New Top Cop: How President Trump Might Reshape Urban Policing

This interview, originally posted on CityLab, and was conducted by George Joseph with Alex Vitale, an Associate Sociology professor at Brooklyn College. Shout out to both of them and their…

Imagining Police Abolition in Atlanta

On October 15, Atlanta hosted its first Radical Bookfair at the Auburn Avenue Research Library. The exciting event brought together organizers and people from a variety of struggles, communities and…

Viewpoint Magazine on Strategy After Ferguson

Viewpoint Magazine on Strategy After Ferguson Reposted from Viewpoint Magazine. Edited by Ben Mabie and Joohyun Kim. Introduction This roundtable is a part of our evolving “Movement Inquiry” feature, which…

Against the Romance of Community Policing

Against the Romance of Community Policing by Stuart Schrader. Adapted for A World Without Police from this post Community policing is a confusing term. It joins together two of the…

Providence GDC on the limits of police reform

General Defense Committee Local 16 read this statement, outlining the limitations of police reform legislation, at a recent rally in Providence, Rhode Island. It was originally posted on the group’s…