Listen: Ali Velshi on Qualified Immunity and Police Accountability
What is qualified immunity — and how does it protect police from accountability for their own wrongdoing?
You Can Still Help Enact Racial Justice
More than 400 Black Americans have died at the hands of police since George Floyd's murder on this day in 2020. What can we do? Plenty.
Guest Commentary: The End of Race?
A white father of three Black sons urges America to let George Floyd’s murder mark the beginning of our next great chapter
Guest Commentary: One Year From an Execution
On the anniversary of George Floyd’s murder, the deputy director of the City’s Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity reflects on Black mental health, stress and trauma
It’s All In The Name
Why I couldn't bring myself to watch the trial of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd
Jim Kenney’s Very Bad Week
Between a devastating report by Controller Rebecca Rhynhart and his administration’s fumbling of the vaccination rollout, it’s no wonder the mayor has floated the idea of cutting bait and running for the Senate
A Predictable Powder Keg
Philly officials who overlooked the smoldering tensions around Aramingo Avenue did that neighborhood—and our city—a grave disservice
A World of Open Doors
Covid-19 and the George Floyd protests have revealed the failures of America both at home and to the rest of the world. The antidote is more openness, not less