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Race, Policing, and Protest: A Resource Guide: Reading Recommendations

Books - Race & Intersectionality in the United States

Books - Police, Police Brutality, & the Justice System



Scholarly Articles

Chaney, C., & Robertson, R. (2013). Racism and Police Brutality in America. Journal Of African American Studies17(4), 480-505.

Chapman, C. (2012). Use of force in minority communities is related to police education, age, experience, and ethnicity. Police Practice & Research13(5), 421-436. 

Dix, C. (1997). Police violence: Rising epidemic/raising resistance. Black Scholar27(1), 59-62.

Hall, A. R., and Coyne,  C. J. (2013) The Militarization of U.S. Domestic Policing. The Independent Review 17(4), 485-504.

Harmon, R. (2014). Why Do We (Still) Lack Data on Policing? Marquette Law Review96(4).

Harring, S., & Ray, G. (1999). Policing a Class Society: New York City in the 1990s. Social Justice, 26(2), 63-81.

Kilburn, M., & Krieger, L. (2014). Policing in an information age: the prevalence of State and local law enforcement agencies utilising the World Wide Web to connect with the community. International Journal Of Police Science & Management16(3), 221-227.

Martinot, S. (2012). On the epidemic of police killings. Social Justice39(4), 52.

McCullough, K. (2014). Changing the Culture of Unconstitutional Interference: Proposal for Nationwide Implementation of Model Policy and Training Procedures Protecting the Right to Photograph and Record on-Duty Police. Lewis Clark Law Review 18(2), 543-[ii]

Smith, B. W. (2003). The Impact of Police Officer Diversity on Police-Caused Homicides. Policy Studies Journal31(2), 147-162.

Staples, R. (2011). White Power, Black Crime, and Racial Politics. Black Scholar41(4), 31-41.

Books - Race, Communities, & Urban Planning

Books - Activism, Protest, & Unrest

Books - White Privilege