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10 Points About Race and Policing in the U.S.

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10 Points About Race and Policing in the U.S.

Protests across the United States in the wake of George Floyd’s death in the custody of Minneapolis police brought new attention to questions about police officers’ attitudes toward Black Americans, protesters, and others. The public’s views of the police are also in the spotlight. The Pew Research Center developed 10 points that illuminate the intersection of race and law enforcement based on its survey findings from recent years.

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