Organizations that use police scanners to monitor police activities by legally filming cops on duty have said they've experienced retaliation in the form of unjustified detainment and arrests as well as police intimidation. Some groups have even been labeled as domestic terrorists.
Filmmaker, journalist, professor and author Bridgett M. Davis ranks among the most influential culture workers living in Brooklyn. One of "10 New York Authors to Read Right Now" according to Time Out, Davis crosses cultures with Into The Go-Slow, a beautiful novel that explores themes of loss and recovery.
Israel's onslaught in July and August killed more than 2,100 Palestinians, including more than 520 children, and injured over 11,000. As human rights workers, doctors and international aid organizations begin to figure out how to rebuild Gaza after Israel's 51 days of attacks this past summer, deep-seated trauma - especially in children - could be felt for generations.