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Under the banner “Black Lives Matter,” 2020 saw worldwide demonstrations against perceived police brutality with racist roots. A seeming pattern in the shooting of black Americans by white police officers suggested that policing in the United States was corrupted by systemic racism. And a systemic problem demands a systemic solution: for protestors, the answer was to be found in a broad defunding of police forces, triggering acerbic and on-going political debate.

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