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Michael Brown’s Mother Is Running for City Council in Ferguson
Lesley McSpadden will run for a position that would give her oversight of the police department.
Another Ferguson Protester Has Died
Family and friends posted on social media to remember Bassem Masri.
A Crime and Policing Expert Critiques Black Lives Matter’s Police-Reform Plan
Campaign Zero is a very good start, though a couple things could have made it better.
Why Did Darren Wilson Think Michael Brown Had Superpowers?
A real-world example of superhumanization bias.
Victim-Blaming Is a Lot Harder in the Age of Streaming Video
It certainly makes it harder for powerful people to manipulate us.
Meet the Teenage Sisters With an App to Prevent Police Brutality
Ima and Asha Christensen made really good use of their summer vacation.
You Should Watch That St. Louis Cop’s Unhinged Speech
An inside glimpse at a depressingly unhinged worldview.
Read a Powerful Letter About Michael Brown and Ferguson
Five-hundred-plus sociologists agree that some changes are in order.
What Are the Long-Term Health Effects of Tear Gas?
It’s not yet clear, but emerging research hints at lung damage.
Eyewitness Accounts in Ferguson — and Everywhere Else — Are Very Flawed
We think memory is like a video recorder, but it is not.
There’s a Huge Racial Divide on Crime and Trusting the Police
The roots of the anger in Ferguson.
Why This Is the Most Important Photo From Ferguson
Lessons we usually learn by kindergarten were lost during a week of frustratingly preventable violence.