This is a call to action to take back your justice system. We have an opportunity to learn from what they did in Longmont, and to do it in our own cities.
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Matt Kibbe is joined by Brad Polumbo, journalist fellow at the Foundation for Economic Education and writer at the Washington Examiner.
Matt Kibbe sits down with Clark Neily, vice president for criminal justice at the Cato Institute, to discuss a few of the many problems with America’s criminal justice system.
Disassembling police unions is a step that could change law enforcement for the better.
America is on fire. But maybe this fire can shed some much-needed light on a big transformative idea.
A city in Colorado tries a different kind of justice system, powerful enough to transform a broken system of mass incarceration in the United States.
Rapper and Blaze contributor Eric July joins Matt Kibbe to talk about the tragedy of George Floyd's death, the ensuing protests, and the need for police reform.
Matt Kibbe is joined by Kathleen McGoey and police Chief Mike Butler, to discuss how one Colorado city is revolutionizing the criminal justice system.
Free the People's award-winning documentary film, How to Love Your Enemy: A Restorative Justice Story, is available for one-night-only—Thursday 4/30 at 8PM ET on YouTube.