The Atlantic

Still, many Americans believe that most police officers do the right thing. Perhaps there are bad apples. But even the best apples surveil, arrest, and detain millions of people every year whose primary “crime” is that they are poor or homeless, or have a disability. In this article, Derecka Purnell discusses how she learned how to become a police abolitionist through her own experiences.


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