The legislation requires police agencies implement strict use-of-force policies, document and report use-of-force incidents, and bans the use of chokeholds.
Army Gen. Mark Milley said he was wrong to have accompanied the president on his June 1 walk through Lafayette Square to St. John’s Church, where Trump held a bible aloft in an awkward publicity stunt.
Kenney is now calling for keeping the police department's funding even next year, amid protests from the city council over a proposed $19 million increase.
“This is really about what Black and brown people have faced for hundreds of years in the country.”
There are still ways to contribute to the movement to fight police brutality and systemic racism if you can’t physically be present at the demonstrations.
In its request for extraordinary powers, the DEA cites the “violence and looting” of the widespread national protests.
The Wednesday address will be a part of the former president’s “My Brother’s Keeper Alliance Town Hall” series.