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It has been widely documented that young Black and Latino men have been targeted by the New York City Police Departments use of  Stop, Question, & Frisk. Researchers for Fair Policing, a youth and adult research team from Make the Road New York and the Public Science Project, have gathered evidence that “Stop & Frisk” has also had harsh negative consequences for women, immigrant communities, and LGBTQ communities. This video introduces the widespread impact of Stop & Frisk on diverse communities in New York City residents. Stop & Frisk divides our city. How can we hold the NYPD accountable for the safety and well-being of everyone in our communities?

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Credits

Brought to you by Researchers for Fair Policing

of Make the Road New York and The Public Science Project

Filmed, Directed and Edited by

Dinalee Rosado, Justin “Cameraman” Serrano & Amanda Matles

With

Stephfon Bell, Kimberly Belmonte, Jasmine Carter, Elijah Chance, Oscar Chico, Jennifer Chmielewski, Damont Dillard, Selma Djokovic, Samantha Figueroa, Cierra Forde, Brittany Gary, Jaritza Geigel, Markeys Gonzalez, Patricia González-Ramírez, Olivia Goode, Keeshan Harley, Hector Jorge, Samielly Leon, Tianna Matthews, Icesis McDonald, Marisol Milano, Andres Padilla, Adilka Pimentel, Ericka Raules, Justin Rosado, Mateo Tabares, Tiffany Sanchez, Laura Tenocura & Brenda Vasquez

Project Direction

Caitlin Cahill, Jose Lopez, Brett G. Stoudt & María Elena Torre

Special Thanks To

The Adco Foundation, The Antipode Foundation, The Graduate Center, CUNY,

John Jay College, CUNY, Pratt Institute & The Sociological Initiatives Foundation