Noreen Kohl

Noreen Kohl is a sociology Ph.D. candidate and lecturer at the University of Hawaii Manoa. She holds a B.A. in journalism and M.A. in sociology. Kohl teaches, researches, and writes about social issues including racism, policing and the criminal legal system, families and health, and economic justice. She is currently working on a dissertation about the implications of law enforcement for the well-being and life chances of young adults in the United States.
A Demand To End Anti-Black Racism Cory Lum/Civil Beat

A Demand To End Anti-Black Racism

There must be real systemic change to policing and criminal justice policies and practices.

Antiracism Demands More Than A Hashtag Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Antiracism Demands More Than A Hashtag

People breaking their silence on racism and policing need to make real commitments to action moving forward.