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Domestic Abuse Keeps Some Immigrants “in the Shadows”
Domestic violence is often considered an equal opportunity crime, cutting across economic, …
IPSR Intern Caleb Suggs Wins Second National Award
Like "winning a Pulitzer,'' journalism professor says of Suggs' Hearst win
Surrounded by history, teachers pledge to ‘teach truth’ about racism
“Fellow citizens, we cannot escape history.” – Abraham Lincoln Teachers at Grizzlies Prep …
Did new Tennessee law negate critical race theory or prove it?
On May 4, the second-to-last day of this year’s Tennessee General Assembly, …
Reform Needed to Make Bodycam Footage More Accessible, Critics Say
Transparency advocates say police need limits on fees, excessive redaction
Inaccessible: Police Body Camera Footage Is Often Expensive, Heavily edited and Takes Months to Get
Millions spent on bodycams to build public trust, yet transparency is lacking
How A Latina Immigrant Escaped Her Abusive American Husband
Nonprofit CasaLuz helps stem the tide of domestic violence in Memphis' Hispanic …
Journalist Agrees To Drop Public Records Lawsuit Against City of Memphis
Compromise reached as MPD changes policy, agrees to release bodycam footage at …
Special Prosecution Unit Targets Police Brutality, Charges Two Officers
Amy Weirich's new Conduct Review Team takes aim at police excessive force, …
MPD Was Slow To Rein In ‘Taserface’ Before He Resigned Amid Excessive Force Allegations
An inside look at an officer's controversial serial Taser use and the …