George Kelling

Manhattan Institute for Policy Research

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Senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research

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For the past year, videos of police shootings have saturated the media, giving urgency to calls for police reform -- especially in poor, black neighborhoods.

Police Repression and Police Reform

For the past year, videos of police shootings have saturated the media, giving urgency to calls for police reform -- especially in poor, black neighborhoods.

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