Citing our reports on white male minority rule and the unbalanced demographics of elected prosecutors, Kimberly Atkins Stohr probes the right wing backlash to truthful data and reporting on race in America.
USA Today: Sheriffs hold a lot of power in counties across America. What are their political views?
Maurice Chammah of the Marshall Project cites our report on America’s sheriffs in his report on the right wing biases of most elected sheriffs.
The Buffalo News: Howard and his clones make case for appointed sheriffs
Citing our 2020 report, Confronting The Demographics of Power: America’s Sheriffs, Rod Watson argues Erie County sheriff typifies the tendency of sheriffs to flout the law.
The Crime Report: Asian Americans Left Out of Office, Especially Criminal Justice Sector
The Crime Report staff spotlights our findings on the invisibility of AAPI people in the criminal justice sector.
ABA Journal: How Black female prosecutors are challenging the status quo and fighting for reform
Rhonda Stewart used data from our Tipping the Scales report in her article “How Black female prosecutors are challenging the status quo and fighting for reform”.
NPR: Do Elected Sheriffs Have Outsized Power In The U.S.?
NPR’s Michel Martin talks with Campaign Director Brenda Choresi Carter about our latest findings about America’s Sheriffs.
Miami Herald: Elected sheriffs are 90% white men, report says. How does that affect our policing?
The Miami Herald discusses our report, Confronting the Demographics of Power: America’s Sheriffs.
Black Enterprise: New Report: 90% of America’s Sheriffs Are White Men
Selena Hill discusses the Reflective Democracy Campaign report on America’s Sheriffs for Black Enterprise.
Sacramento Bee: Elected sheriffs are 90% white men, report says. How does that affect our policing?
The Sacramento Bee discusses the Reflective Democracy Campaign report, Confronting the Demographics of Power: America’s Sheriffs.
Op-Ed for Essence: Arbery Case Shows Why We Need More Diverse Prosecutors
In Essence, Campaign Director Brenda Choresi Carter on how Ahmaud Arbery’s case demonstrates that a criminal system managed by elected prosecutors who are 95% white is not just broken, but actually poses a danger to public safety.
ABC News: For the few black women prosecutors, hate and ‘misogynoir’ are part of life
Christina Carrega references our Tipping the Scales report in her article “For the few black women prosecutors, hate and ‘misogynoir’ are part of life.”
Colorlines: Study Says When Women of Color Enter Prosecutor Races, They Win
N. Jamiyla Chisholm discusses our latest prosecutor research – Tipping the Scales – for Colorlines.