Knowledge is power.
The Limits of Community Policing: Civilian Power & Police Accountability in Black and Brown Los Angeles
Special Issue on the Significance of Race/Ethnicity in Bullying, international Journal of Bullying Prevention
From guest editor Dr. Anthony Peguero's Introduction to the Special Issue on Significance of Race/Ethnicity in Bullying:
"The research included in this special issue addresses a range of aspects of bullying in schools and communities which are being shaped by a growing diverse youth population. The various articles touched on family, schools, neighborhoods and communities, and the presence of social media. However, common to all of these articles is an understanding of the negative consequences for racial/ethnic minority youth, and the importance of connecting racial/ethnic minority youth to social institutions and relationships as well as provided opportunities and protection. Thus, each of these articles takes care to identify points for intervention, suggestions for policy, and promising directions for future research. Each study presented in this special issue stands out for its original and noteworthy contribution to the literature on the significance of race/ethnicity in regard to bullying research."
Peguero, A.A. Int Journal of Bullying Prevention (2019) 1: 159. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42380-019-00032-8