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While pursuing research on our current book, I looked at their Research tab and found the following study: Identity traps:How to think about race and policing http://policingequity.org/identity-trap ... -policing/
This is dated May 2017, and I think it's a valuable counterweight to the MacDonald book, which impresses me as an anti-progressive polemic. I should point out that the Manhattan Institute (where Heather MacDonald is a Fellow) had $1 million in support from the Koch network as of Jane Mayer’s Dark Money ( Coopyright 2016 ,see endpapers, back of book).Since the summer of 2014, Americans have seen more videos of violent interactions between police and non-Whites than ever before. While the interpretation of some specific incidents remains contentious and data on police use of force are scant, there is evidence that racial disparities in policing exist even when considering racial disparities in crime. The traditional civil rights model of institutional reform assumes that racial bigotry is the primary cause of these disparities; it attempts to address problems through adversarial litigation, protest, and education