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Why protesters may lose, even when they win

New evidence from states and cities on impact of BLM

Photo by Koshu Kunii on Unsplash

By: Heath Brown and James E. Wright II

Protests against policy brutality — spurred by the murder of George Floyd — have pushed for sweeping policy change. From incremental reform, like the call for greater transparency in police records…




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Heath Brown, associate prof of public policy, City University of New York, study presidential transitions, school choice, nonprofits

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