Frank Rudy Cooper In The News

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 14, 2022
In this Wild West, growing Nevada town, a controversial sheriff’s office captain is the public face of authority — often garnering a higher profile than the sheriff, district attorney or county commissioners.
Casino.org
November 30, 2021
Nevada’s Neon Museum is installing an 808 square-foot mural honoring diverse communities and individuals who impacted Las Vegas’ cultural history.
Casino.Org
August 30, 2021
A noose found on a beam at the construction site of the MSG Sphere, adjacent to The Venetian resort-casino, has led to concerns about possible racist motivations.
The Nevada Independent
August 9, 2021
In two weeks, students will return to classes at UNLV.
The Nevada Independent
June 2, 2021
As the rhetorical battle over Israel and Palestine wages, some progressives find ourselves caught in the middle.
Washington Post
April 14, 2021
The topic of “toxic masculinity” comes up more in conversations about #MeToo than about Black Lives Matter, understandably so. But cop machismo is an important way of understanding police violence against people of color. It helps explain why Derek Chauvin pressed his knee against George Floyd’s neck — continuing for two minutes after Floyd’s pulse stopped — and why three other officers chose to keep the crowd at bay rather than save Floyd’s life.
CounterPunch
November 5, 2020
The numbers tell the sad story.
The Guardian
October 22, 2020
As a child in the early 1980s, LeRonne Armstrong spent much of the summer watching cartoons at his grandma’s apartment in West Oakland’s Acorn Projects. The public housing development would later become notorious as the site where Black Panther co-founder Huey Newton was killed in 1989, but for Armstrong’s mother, it was where she sent her three children for safekeeping as crack began menacing the city and violent crime was on the rise.