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How 20 years of stop and search has widened America’s racial divide

30 mins | Oct 29, 2018
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A powerful examination of how the practice has become a racial conflict. A police push to seize guns from cars ended in disproportionate numbers of black people getting arrested for minor crimes. James Forman Jr, writing in the Guardian, explains how 20 years of stop and search has widened America’s racial divide.
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