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Prince George’s Officers of Color File Federal Lawsuit Challenging Widespread Race Discrimination, Retaliation by PGPD

GREENBELT, MD – After years of being forced to endure a work environment pervaded by race discrimination and retaliation that also contaminate relationships between police and the community, 13 Officers of Color with the Prince George’s Police Department (PGPD), along with the Hispanic National L

December 12, 2018 Racial Justice Police Practices Civil Rights Due Process Police Practices

VICTORY: Appeals Court Overturns Wrongful Conviction of Police Chief Who Challenged Race Discrimination on Eastern Shore

Pocomoke City, MD – The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Maryland today celebrated a Maryland Court of Special Appeals ruling overturning the wrongful conviction of Kelvin Sewell, the first Black police chief in Pocomoke City on the Eastern Shore, who challenged racial harassment and then

November 29, 2018 Police Practices Racial Justice Criminal Justice Due Process

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