George Floyd’s Execution & Police Accountability | Stop Brutalizing Black Bodies Podcast

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In this episode of “Stop Brutalizing Black Bodies,” podcast the panel discusses police accountability in the era of protests against police killings.

Her panelists, #DopeAFContributors, look at research exploring police response to protests. They talk about the ways officers were blacking out identities and what are the implications and legal repercussions. At the same time,  they talk about ways the people and agencies  can hold law enforcement accountable.

This Week’s #DopeAFContributors

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