Angela J. Davis

American University

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Angela J. Davis on KCRW

There was cheering on the streets of Baltimore today after Maryland State Attorney Marilyn  Mosby announced  she's charging six police officers in the case of Freddie Gray, the young…

Freddie Gray: Prosecutor Charges Officers with Murder, Assault

There was cheering on the streets of Baltimore today after Maryland State Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced she's charging six police officers in the case of Freddie Gray, the young…

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Since white police officers recently killed unarmed black men and boys in New York, Cleveland and Ferguson, Missouri, street protests have continued around the country and put…

Fear and Bias from the Streets to the Courtroom

Since white police officers recently killed unarmed black men and boys in New York, Cleveland and Ferguson, Missouri, street protests have continued around the country and put…

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