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18 September 2020
Rochester, New York, United States
More than 2,700 police departments in the U.S. have crisis intervention teams aimed at responding to mental health crises with fewer arrests and less violence, but the death of Daniel Prude in Rochester police custody...
25 March 2020
Chicago, Illinois, United States
With a massive shortage of protective gear in the medical community amidst the coronavirus outbreak, volunteer groups are filling the gap by crowdsourcing masks, gowns, and other essential items. Though the government...
19 February 2019
Indiana, United States
Indiana's Second Chance law was passed in 2013 and allows people to petition to remove their misdemeanor convictions and arrests from public view. In Marion County alone, more than 11,500 people have visited the full-...
6 November 2018
Organizations working to turn people away from violent hate groups have found some success with holistic approaches that include wrap-around services and acknowledging how people get caught up in racist ideology. But ...
14 October 2015
Orlando, Florida, United States
A Florida community college is boosting learning and graduation rates with new technology that gets professors access to real-time data on student engagement and performance.
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