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The death of George Floyd on May 25th while being arrested by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota has sparked worldwide #BlackLivesMatter protests.

In this series, LSE academics and experts answer key questions around the protests and what they might mean for the future of criminal custice policy in the US and beyond.


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