In the Media

Check out Peoples' Justice and our member organizations in interviews, films, news blips and other media appearances!

Learning About Your Rights And How To Film the Cops

BushwickDaily.com
02/19/2014

For the next two Wednesdays, Peoples' Justice an anti-police brutality NYC or

Film: "Mic Check: National Cop Watch Conference"

Manhattan Neighborhood Network's Youth Channel
02/14/2014

This two part episode of Youth Channel's Mic Check covers the National Cop Watch Conference along with the Drop The Appeal Rally in City Hall New York, regarding the Stop & Frisk polices.
Click the link below to watch!

Film: "Paint it Loud: The Stop & Frisk Mural w/ Sophia Dawson"

Manhattan Neighborhood Network's Youth Channel
10/29/2013

Paint it Loud is a YC show that highlights independent artists who are impacting communities with their work. Check out our very first Paint it Loud with artist Sophia Dawson.

Film: "250"

Manhattan Neighborhood Network's Youth Channel
05/13/2013

Peep this short film by the young people at MNN Youth Network, about a young Black woman's experience with NYPD Stop & Frisk. "What happens when young people in NYC get stopped and frisked? Make sure you know your rights as an individual and as a community.

A Youth Channel original production, in collaboration with Peoples' Justice."
Click the link below to watch!

Film: "Know Your Rights"

Manhattan Neighborhood Network's Youth Channel
05/13/2013

What happens when young people in NYC get stopped and frisked? We need to make sure we know our rights as individuals and as a community. In the short film "Know Your Rights" we're exposed to the reality of most young people of color in NYC when Malik, a young African American male who does not know his rights, is stopped and frisked in his own building. 

Standing Strong Against the NYPD

Socialist Worker
05/02/2013

Peep this interview with Peoples' Justice coordinator Aidge Patterson and Shantel Davis' sister Natasha Davis!

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Meet The People Who Watch The Cops

Bushwick Daily
05/02/2013

Cop Watch: an activity around legally observing and documenting police activity in one’s community.

Film: "Police on playback — copwatch in New York City"

Produced for Waging Nonviolence by the New York Video League.
10/20/2012

Peep this short film about Cop Watch, in which Peoples' Justice Co-Chair Yul-san Liem was interviewed!

Local efforts strive to end stop-and-frisk

The Hunts Point Express
03/29/2012

Three murals painted by Hunts Point artist Sharon De La Cruz on The Point’s river campus on Edgewater Road, encourage passersby to document their interactions with police.

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