Police killings of unarmed African American men have been highly publicized and heavily debated as a horrific social problem in recent years. Michael A. Robinson writes that this social ill can be traced back to the start of the slave trade. The relationship between police and Black men reflects how the white majority has perceived Black men throughout the […]
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