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When these meetings are guarded by police forces. (Who have, as outlined in the OP, inherently racist biases). The people whom the police intimidate. And discriminate against the most are not going to want to show up and ask for change. You can’t just “buy into” this premise because you don’t see the racist effects of the systems. Facing the Premium Law Justice For George Floyd Shirt. And friends, by a support network. In the council meetings, it is by design an isolated voice. Is there any literature on the history of the police force? I think most readers assume the idea that the police have existed in approximately their current form since time began.
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I personally don’t know the history of police forces. But I suspect much like the history of race relations there is a lot of pertinent information there that is missed. But it’s not enough to say. The ability of individual officers to assault and kill Black Americans year after year, decade after decade, murder after murder, stems from the unwillingness of the white majority to step beyond protesting individual cases or do to more than stroke our chins and say, “Yes, I see a pattern.”. Thank you to all of the talented folks who wrote this post, and thank you for continuing to moderate this community with such integrity.