"If you're buying, we're selling."
The method recently worked in an experiment that analyzed Chicago crime, but privacy questions abound.
Even as the state considers discriminatory legislation, places like Starkville and Oxford are passing "inclusivity resolutions."
Someone hung a noose around the neck of a James Meredith statue, prompting some soul-searching at the University of Mississippi.
Earl Sampson, 28, has been stopped 258 times, searched more than 100 times, and jailed 56 times ... in four years.
For the March on Washington anniversary, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx has written about the role of transportation in civil rights, both good and bad.
"No matter what I do, I am being constantly treated as if I’m not worthy of this society."
The draconian laws will shut once cosmopolitan urban areas out of a global community.
A lawsuit against Arne Svenson, who captured unwitting subjects through their windows, could draw an important line between art and intrusion.
Instead of funding an armed guard program, the Mississippi legislature should invest in a more holistic approach to discipline.
Plaintiffs allege the policy leaves black and Latino residents 'under siege in their own homes.'