Articles by Jamie Kalven on theintercept.com
The long effort by the Invisible Institute to gain access to internal police files is an important chapter in the struggle for civil rights in Chicago.
Chicago has a unique opportunity to confront fundamental issues of racial justice as it debates a consent decree on police reform.
Journalist Jamie Kalven defied a subpoena in the Laquan McDonald murder trial. The support he received was animated by the broad First Amendment tradition.
A gang of corrupt Chicago police officers fabricated evidence and then conspired to support arrests by falsifying reports and lying under oath.
Vigorous official investigation of the criminal careers of Ronald Watts and his co-conspirators could have a lasting impact on Chicago police reform.