A decade after 9/11, we’re slowly finding out more about the government’s counterterrorism efforts, and their effects. Here’s some recommended reading:
- A report from the Los Angeles Times explores spending around special projects
- The Huffington Post details the CIA’s collaboration with the NYPD on intelligence and profiling
- The AP provides specifics on how profiling was carried out in the New York Area
- Zadie Smith reflects on race, class and acceptance post 9/11 for the New Yorker
We’re often told that these measures are the reason why America hasn’t seen another Al-Qaeda influenced terrorist attack. But what about the effect they have on American communities?