Holiday Video: A Brief History of Police Impunity in Black Deaths


America is supposed to be the land of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, but for so many Americans, particularly Black Americans, this country is anything but. Justice and fairness is not equitably administered and bias and poor training of police often leads to disproportionate outcomes. Vox looks at the history of police violence against Black Americans and the nearly complete lack of justice for their murders.

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