Now that you have your content, it’s important to organize it correctly. Here, you will find a list of all of the JustPublics@365 blog posts from our Stop-and-Frisk Topic Series to help give you a sense of how to organize your online campaign. The posts are still on our website (Click on the titles below and you will be taken directly to the blog post).
Continue the conversation: Though our series is over, we encourage you to leave comments on the blog, share them with your colleagues through social media and reach out to us if you have any recommendations or stories you would like to share.
Use our content: We also encourage you to repost our blogs or use them to help you write your own – Just make sure to give JustPublics@365 and the authors credit.
- Introduction to the Stop-and-Frisk Series
- Connecting Scholarship With Activism
- Digital Storytelling on Stop-and-Frisk
- An Interactive Stop-And-Frisk Timeline
- A Special Interview with Eli Silverman on Recent Stop-And-Frisk Trial
- How To Create Your Own Timeline
- Our Stop-and-Frisk Series: A Case Study for Reimagining Scholarly Communication
- Envisioning A Better Future: Youth Action Against Stop-and-Frisk
- “I’ve Been Stopped a Thousand Times”: Measuring Effects of Stop-and-frisk
- Tips for Academic Who Want To Engage Policymakers
- Shaping the Narrative through Arts and Technology: Youth Activism in Stop-and-Frisk
- Interview: Academic-Activist Partnerships For Social Change
- Where Are We Now? Stop-and-Frisk
- Special Interview with Jamilah King on Covering Stop-and-Frisk
- Visualizing The Effects of Stop-and-frisk
- Interview: Brett Stoudt and Maria Torre about the Morris Justice Project
- Bill de Blasio and The Future of Stop-and-frisk
- JustPublics@365 Stop-and-frisk Series: A Temporary Conclusion