Black People Are Shot and Killed by Police at Twice the Rate That White People Are

Dec 4, 2020
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Black People Are Shot and Killed by Police at Twice the Rate That White People AreBlack People Are Shot and Killed by Police at Twice the Rate That White People Are
According to Northeastern professor Matt Miller, Black people are shot and killed by police at twice the rate that white people are. According to him, of the approximately 1000 people shot to death by police in the US yearly, "black people represented 12 percent of the population", while making up "25 percent of the deaths in police shootings".
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THE RESEARCH IS CLEAR: WHITE PEOPLE ARE NOT MORE LIKELY THAN BLACK PEOPLE TO BE KILLED BY POLICE. by Ian Thomsen. Northeastern University, July 16, 2020.

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