Nick Robins-Early digests a recent study about New York City's stop-and-frisk program: [T]he study shows that out of those stopped only 0.15 per cent resulted in firearms charges. This number stands to directly contradict Commissioner Kelly’s statements that the stops are responsible for the fall in gun crime. Also of note is the fact that out of all ethnicities stopped, white people had the highest chance of having committed a crime, despite being proportionally the least searched. Police Offices, Stopandfrisk Policy, White People, New York Cities, Bad Racial, Racial Profile, York Black, Nypd Stopandfrisk, New York City
Why do you use social media? To connect with your fellow teachers or students? To exert influence over others? To simply stay connected? Whether you’re a person, represent a business, or simply still on the fence about reasons we use social media … this infographic is for you. It details the 5 biggest (and basic) reasons we use social media. I find it fascinating and an interesting take on the basic reasons behind our actions.