Growing concerns over technology with well-known flaws will only further damage police-community relations.
Our state’s addiction to mass incarceration has torn families apart, damaged communities of color and wasted hundreds of millions of tax dollars, with nearly $2 billion a year spent on our prison system.
Despite strong public support for reproductive freedom, Michigan legislators have joined efforts to drastically curtail access to abortions or overturn Roe vs. Wade completely.
Renee Chelian's harrowing story illustrates the extreme dangers of ending an unwanted pregnancy before the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision in 1973 recognized a constitutional right to abortion.
University of Michigan’s policy is unnecessarily traumatizing for those who report sexual assault. It must be changed.
We have sent a letter to the University of Michigan urging its administration to withdraw an interim policy that requires students who file sexual misconduct complaints to undergo cross-examination conducted personally by their alleged abusers.
Under the new policy, people cannot be stopped, questioned, arrested, searched, or detained based solely on suspected violations of civil immigration law.