Media

Patty Winsa and Jim Rankin, Toronto Star (April 21, 2014). New Toronto police ‘carding’ policy could help repair relations with minority youth.

Jessie Daniels, Just Publics @ 365 (November 6, 2013). Interview: Brett Stoudt and Maria Torre about the Morris Justice Project.

Friederike Schuur, DataKind Blog (October 3, 2013). Brett Stoudt: Stop and Frisk and the Importance of Good Data Collection.

Brad Lander, Huffington Post (June 28, 2013). A Late Night, a Brighter Day.

Julio Pabon, Huffington Post (April 22, 2014). South Bronx Continues to Organize Against ‘Stop & Frisk.’Gregg Morris, The Word: Real Journalism. (March 27, 2013) Floyd et al. v. City of New York – Trial Resumes Today, March 27.

Denise Oliver Velez, Daily Kos (March 24, 2013). Stop-and-Frisk on Trial.

Patrick Wall, DNAinfo New York (February 15, 2013). Top Cops in South Bronx Defend Stop-and-Frisk.

Ross Tuttle & Erin Schneider, The Nation (October 8, 2012). Stopped-and-Frisked: “For Being a F**king Mutt.”

The Bridge (October 5, 2012). Concourse Village Copes with Stops-and-Frisks.

Patrick Wall, DNAinfo New York (September 21, 2012). Stop-and-Frisk Data Projected Onto Bronx Buildings. 

A community safety wall in Chicago, also featured on usprisonculture and being mk

Shout outs to MJP on Critical U Tumblr and Racism Review