Access to data about policing has become the subject of increased advocacy and police misconduct data has become increasingly available in the United States, leading to a growing cottage industry that has arisen around collecting, analyzing, and publicizing information about policing.
Author: Jackie Zammuto
WITNESS, CORAL (Colectivos Reunidos de America Látina), and other partners brought together a network of media collectives and movements using communications – especially audiovisual media – to defend their lands and territories.
WITNESS and the Texas After Violence Project drafted an open letter that highlights 5 key challenges and offers constructive recommendations to center community and care in archives grantmaking.
WITNESS is excited to release our newest resource for supporting immigrant rights: “Video as Evidence: U.S. Immigration”. This in-depth guide is for both immigration attorneys and community members looking to utilize eyewitness video as evidence in legal cases.
Join us for a workshop on Wednesday, April 24 from 12pm-2pm offering practical guidance on using video to advocate for human rights and justice.
Activists in Rio de Janeiro have been fighting to defend their homes for years, and they urgently need your support and solidarity. Join our livestream tomorrow to show these brave community leaders, and government officials, that the world is watching and demanding change. This Thursday,
Police operations in Rio de Janeiro left at least 13 people dead as a result of “stray bullets” including a 13-year-old girl. Additionally, about 2,500 children went without classes because of these clashes.
We’re joining forces with Hollaback! to mark International Anti-Street Harassment Week. Join us on April 8th in NYC.
WITNESS, WeCopwatch and our allies at Standing Rock are releasing a new guide on filming evidence of human rights violations against activists fighting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.