The Best Explanation I've Ever Heard Of Why Black People And White People See Cops Differently
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Clearly everyone isn't on the same page when the conversation about race, police brutality, and excessive force rears its ugly head (which, incidentally, happens every time another story of young people of color being harassed, assaulted, or killed makes national headlines). A lot of folks assume that white people are simply "blind" to race problems. But this reporter thinks it's a little bit more complicated than that. Scroll through and learn.
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