On June 1, BuzzFeed posted an article about the Plain View Project, an online database of public Facebook posts and comments made by current and retired police officers across the country that contained problematic content ranging from racism, misogyny and Islamophobia to condoning or encouraging excessive force.

The idea for Plain View Project was first conceived by Philadelphia lawyer Emily Baker-White when she was working with the Federal Community Defender Office in Philadelphia.

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