PBS NewsHour: Why calls for reform have not reduced the number of people killed by police
More than 1,000 people died at the hands of law enforcement in 2022 and wide racial disparities persisted among those deaths. One of those killed last year was Amir Locke, who was shot by police in Minneapolis executing a no-knock warrant. John Yang spoke with Locke's mother, a Romanucci & Blandin client, about her experience and looks at where policing in America goes from here.
Read the transcript here and/or watch the video above.
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