Race, policy, and anti-police violence

Ta-Nehisi Coates in The Atlantic (emphasis mine):

There is no shortcut out. Sanctimonious cries of nonviolence will not help. Retraining” can only do so much. Until we move to the broader question of policy, we can expect to see Walter Scotts and Freddie Grays with some regularity.

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July 15, 2016 · city · culture · race · coates · the atlantic

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