Arman asked 4 months ago

Do you think after the current protests in the US, there will be real changes that help alleviate and hopefully stop racial inequality and police brutality?

Arman

Do you think after the current protests in the US, there will be real changes that help alleviate and hopefully stop racial inequality and police brutality?

yes, look at what yeets said! and look at the Los Angeles Police Department: they have plans to decrease their budget by $100-150 million. in New York the police dept proposed a $1 billion cut over 4 years (out of a $6 billion budget). Minneapolis schools

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I’m going to have to sit down because I’m going to get tired waiting. I’m hopeful, but considering our “track record”, I wouldn’t say the odds are in our favor.

Answered by LaDamaX

no

Answered by xvilyv

My mind is telling me noooo, but ma bodyyy... Is also telling me noooo.

Answered by IAWIA

I don't know. They've charged 4 of the cops involved in George Floyd's murder, and they just upgraded Derek Chauvin's charge to second degree murder. They wouldn't have done any of this if not for the protests. They charged the 6 officers in Atlanta in

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I wouldn't hold my breath. It's been 28 years since the Rodney King riots and this shit hasn't changed. Cops are still getting acquitted for using unjustified lethal force (even in spite of video evidence). There's just ZERO accountability, internal affair

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No, not enough people ultimately care, at least not so much that they actually make demands of their leaders and vote them out for not fulfilling them, it will be more lesser evil bullshit and maaaybe some half measures would be enacted that the next presi

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No, like I was saying to slagathor, I think from the government's point of view the riots are simply something to be quashed, and they have too much pride to capitulate and give us police reform because of a bunch of rebels/"terrorists"/looters, etc. I hon

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Answered by inhahe

Fuck al~ err I mean, I don't know if riots and protest are going to make racists change their mind.

Answered by Pandy

No. Racism and brutality are deeply connected to that culture. The original inhabitants of north America are still living as small communities of former tribes and some conquerers say that America has to remain clean of foreigners. You must have a nerve a

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Answered by Kate
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