Imagining New York City After Stop-and-Frisk
Part of JustPublic@365's Social Justice Topic Series, this guide brings together digital activism strategies, tools and informational resources to help you create your own stop-and-frisk social justice campaign.
- 1. Step One: Who are you talking to? Audience & Target Participants
- 2. Step Two: What Are You Trying to Say? Working on Content
- 3. Resources: Discussion Questions
- 4. Resources: Index of Blog Posts on Stop-And-Frisk
- 5. Resources: Summary of Blog Posts on Stop-And-Frisk
- 6. Step Three: Collaborative Working
- 7. Step Four: Create Your Content
- 8. Resources: Blogging Guidelines. Producing Content for Your Campaign.
- 9. Resources: Twitter Guidelines. Producing Content For Your Campaign
- 10. Step Five: Who is Listening? Tracking Your Message
- 11. Websites, Blogs & Organizations
- 12. Get Involved
On August 12th, 2013, the U.S. District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin found that the New York City Police Department had violated the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments in the way that they have conducted stop-and-frisks, thus ending a controversial policing experiment. This topic series will ask academics, activists, and journalists to reimagine New York City after the end of stop-and-frisk and to consider how civic engagement and greater democracy might be promoted for all residents.
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