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Sam Collings-Wells
PhD @ University of Cambridge // Cities, Policing and International Development
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Vegan 6ix God Aug 23
Everyone shut the fuck up and watch this video of some calves thinking they have to jump over the white line
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Jofra Archer Aug 18
Me getting out of bed tomorrow morning
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Sam Collings-Wells Aug 18
- Has much work been done on the specific role of the universities in developing new approaches to US policing between c.1945 and 1980? Something similar to 's (and others) study of modernization theory coming out of MIT/CENIS/Harvard?
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Harvard Magazine Aug 17
.'s path-breaking research on the roots of our mass incarceration crisis: . “Every time rights are extended to African-American groups, there’s a subsequent turn toward criminalization and incarceration.”
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Sam Collings-Wells Aug 15
Really interesting discussion in the comments here
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Sam Collings-Wells Aug 13
The relationship between speech, information flows, democracy and justice still needs loads of work - can’t wait to read this
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Mark W. Smith 💁🏻‍♂️ Aug 11
A stunning page in today's Post print edition: the name of every mass shooting victim since 1966.
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Boston Review Aug 11
The Watts rebellion broke out in LA in 1965, revealing the civil rights struggle outside the South. More than fifty years later, the virulent backlash is still with us:
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Sam Collings-Wells Aug 11
Replying to @lara_spirit
Is this Star Trek reference intentional
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Nicholas Guyatt Aug 11
Replying to @NicholasGuyatt
3. While ordinary people lose their jobs/scavenge for food, the City is ready to make a ton of money from the chaos; sorry, the City is ready to "act as an intermediary during high levels of volatility."
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David Lammy Aug 11
Your punitive populism might win votes, but will do nothing to make our streets safer. A party that stands for gross inequality can never be one that stands for social harmony.
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Mac Ayres Aug 9
NEXT FRIDAY AUGUST 16TH...... JUICEBOX 😈
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Sam Collings-Wells Jul 31
come on mate step up
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Thinking City Jul 30
The age of driving may be merely a cul-de-sac in transportation history, writes
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Municipal Dreams Jul 29
'The state has a responsibility to provide homes for those most in need. I was brought up on a council housing estate...I saw how really good, well-designed houses in a well-designed estate with great public spaces and amenities created a great community'
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Soulection 👁‍🗨 Jul 26
Our soulection radio session with is up now. this man is a gem 👁‍🗨 watch in full:
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Sam Collings-Wells Jul 24
Toby Young's attempt at Norman Mailer-style journalism just makes him sound like a psychopath
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Mac Ayres Jul 23
it’s coming soon i promise.... i want it to be perfect.... 💛
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Sam Collings-Wells Jul 21
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