The History of the Memphis' Kendrick Consent Decree

From WKNO in Tennessee: A 1978 court decision created a legal stumbling block for Memphis police tracking protesters in the present. And when the ACLU took the city to court in 2018 for violating the Kendrick Consent Decree, Memphis had to develop policies and guidelines for police investigations that touch upon political expression and free speech.

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