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Joanna was interviewed by Tonya Mosley on NPR's Fresh Air about the origins of policing, myths that drive police trainings and policies, and the many barriers to relief for people whose rights have been violated by the police. Listen in on their conversation here:

"Engaging . . . Shielded is a meaningful, well-researched and readable work that will open many discussions about this important social issue."

Check out my essay in The Atlantic, an adapted excerpt from SHIELDED, called How the Supreme Court Protects Police Officers. (And, by the way, it's not just the Supreme Court, as the excerpt and the book show...)

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