Assembly Member Michael Blake stands in solidarity with Assembly members in favor of new legislation for Police Reform during a news briefing at the state Capitol, in Albany on June 8th.
The movement against racism and police brutality has reshaped the electoral landscape.
NYPD confronting a peaceful protest on June 5th in Manhattan.
Videos have shown use of force against protesters. Here are the police who’ve faced punishment so far.
A protestor's sign in Harlem on June 7, 2020 listing the names of lives lost due to police brutality.
Pantaleo was fired for his role in the death of Eric Garner. Other NYPD officers in similar cases have faced a range of punishments.
NYPD officers at a peaceful protest at Union Square on June 4, 2020.
During the protests, New York City Police Department officers have not been following their own guidelines.
A protestors sign at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on June 7, 2020.
Calls to reduce spending on police are increasingly popular, but details are still being determined.
An NYPD officer during a protest against police brutality on May 30, 2020.
A closer look at what cops are bringing to the protests.
The NYPD reacting to a crowd of protestors during the anti-policy brutality protests in New York City.
There are more and more sources of campaign cash that are frowned upon for progressive candidates.
For the past week New York has been rocked by police brutality protests following the killing of George Floyd.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
State Senator Zellnor Myrie was pepper-sprayed in Brooklyn last Friday by the NYPD. Myrie introduced legislation earlier this year to change the NYPD disciplinary process.
Legislative lessons learned during the pandemic are now helping state lawmakers pass police reform.
NYPD officers tackling a protestor on May 30th.
Covered badge numbers, body cameras turned off and a state law impede transparency.