How can the U.S. change law enforcement to achieve racial justice?

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Published on 6 Jun 2020, 2:03
The treatment of black Americans by police is at the root of the protests engulfing the nation. Statistics show black males are much more likely than their white counterparts to be killed by police. But racial disparities in law enforcement extend beyond fatal incidents to everyday encounters. Yamiche Alcindor talks to the Center for Policing and Equity's Tracie Keesee and activist/rapper Tef Poe.

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