Don’t Abolish Qualified Immunity, Reform It: Policing Expert

Qualified immunity is a “broken legal doctrine,” admits Brian Morganelli of the Institute for American Police Reform. But reforming rather than abolishing the legal principle, which protects police officers from being sued for egregious misconduct, will promote police accountability, he argues. 


Pandemic Surveillance and Racial Bias

Surveillance technology employed during the pandemic has disproportionately targeted people of color, leading to a normalization of both “racial discrimination and inequality,” according to University of Pittsburgh law professor Christian Sundquist.