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What more can be done to reduce police violence in the US? | Inside Story

A roadside stop by police in Memphis leads to a young black American man losing his life after a brutal beating by officers. Tyre Nichols' name is added to a long list of victims, killed by those entrusted with enforcing the law and protecting the public. Condemnation has been led by US President Joe Biden. It repeats widespread outrage over other incidents such as the killing of George Floyd by police nearly three years ago. Why do such cases continue to reoccur? What can be done to stop them? And what role does racial diversity play in US law enforcement? Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault Guests: From Baltimore, Debbie Hines - Former Assistant Attorney General for Maryland. From New Jersey, Zellie Imani - a Black Lives Matter activist and co-founder of Black Liberation Collective. From New York, Alexis Hoag-Fordjour - Co-director of Center for Criminal Justice at Brooklyn Law School. Subscribe to our channel: Follow us on Twitter Find us on Facebook Check our website: Check out our Instagram page: #TyreNichols #Memphis #DefundThePolice #PoliceBrutality #PoliceViolence #BlackLivesMatter

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