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Ask a Homeless Person: What do you think about the "Broken Windows" theory of policing?

This week, we asked members of our Civil Rights Committee what they thought of the "Broken Windows" theory of policing. Here's what some of them had to say:

It is a subversion of Terry v. Ohio and extends police power beyond "reasonable suspicion and probable cause." - Jean Rice

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Housing & Community Development Organizer


Picture the Homeless

Job title:            Housing and Community Development Organizer

Term:             Full-time with at least a 1-year commitment

Salary:             commensurate with experience

Application deadline:    Open until filled

Images from Last Night's Panel: CHANGING THE NYPD: A Blueprint for Sweeping Reforms!

Last night, as we advertised here, PTH Board Member and Civil Rights Campaign Leader Jean Rice spoke at a panel convened by the Urban Justice Center and the Police Reform Organizing Project on "CHANGING THE NYPD: A Blueprint for Sweeping Reforms."


Jean's remarks were widely tweeted and retweeted, and event participants took the following photographs of Jean doing his thing.


Photo credits: Linda Sarsour (top); Alex Vitale (bottom). Thank you both!

TONIGHT! Changing the NYPD: A Blueprint for Sweeping Reforms!

PTH Board Member and Civil Rights Campaign Leader Jean Rice will be part of this exciting panel, tonight!! Come on out if you can make it - ALL of these panelists are phenomenal. 


Urban Justice Center & Police Reform Organizing Project Present

Changing the NYPD:

A Blueprint for Sweeping Reforms

Thursday, January 16th ,  6:30pm-8:30pm

Subud Chelsea Center
230 West 29th Street
New York, NY 10001

Rolling Stone says Community Land Trusts are the way to go!!!

The moment for community land trusts must truly be upon us, if Rolling Stone magazine is talking about them! 

What does the new mayor need to know about policing?

Perspectives from PTH Civil Rights members, answering the question "What does the new mayor need to know about policing?"
The mayor needs to realize the people of today in our city we are not lying low and allow NYPD to use abuse tactics and get away with them. His NYPD will be accountable for their acts of brutality and I hope we are able to get legislation that will state every time the NYPD are sued it come out their salary.

Bratton's Back - But So Are We!!

An Open Letter from PTH Board Member and Civil Rights Campaign Leader Jean Rice

Reporting Back from the October 22nd Coalition’s Anti-Bratton Demonstration and March


On the evening of December 27th, 2013 my sister, Ms. Kendall Jackman, my brother Andres Perez and I left our P.T.H. office to join members of the October 22nd coalition so that we could voice our concerns about the recent appointment of William Bratton as the next Commissioner of the Police Department of New York City.

Community Land Trust Fighting to Save the Country's Oldest Black Bookstore!!

We've been talking a lot about how community land trusts can create housing for all New Yorkers, including homeless folks, and stop displacement and gentrification and promote sustainable community development. Our communities are under attack, and the CLT model is one important way to fight back and hold on to the things that make our neighborhoods great.

Passing the Torch: Homeless Memorial Day 2013

This year, our members have chosen the theme "Passing the Torch" for our annual Homeless Memorial Service.

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