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The LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership (CSP) started in 2011 in high-crime areas to focus on building trust between police and residents.

Will changes to LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership build trust with residents?

The LAPD’s Community Safety Partnership (CSP) started in 2011 in high-crime areas to focus on building trust between police and residents.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

KCRW looks at what happened over the weekend and what it says about race and justice in America. Weighing in: LA civil rights attorney Connie Rice and USC law professor Jody Armour.

How LA's recent protests are alike — and different — from the 1992 uprising

KCRW looks at what happened over the weekend and what it says about race and justice in America. Weighing in: LA civil rights attorney Connie Rice and USC law professor Jody Armour.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

“You decrease your risk of contracting COVID-19 and spreading it to others by wearing masks that increase your risk of being mistaken for a dangerous criminal, and possibly either…

Possibility of racial profiling steers some black men away from masks during COVID-19 crisis

“You decrease your risk of contracting COVID-19 and spreading it to others by wearing masks that increase your risk of being mistaken for a dangerous criminal, and possibly either…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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