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Parking While Black: A New Law Enforcement Tool to Harass Black Drivers?

A U.S. Appeals court will rehear a Wisconsin case that could put the kibosh on police harassment of people "parking while Black"—or the case could become another flashpoint for tense and potentially fatal interactions between law enforcement and Black people. The post Parking While Black: A New Law Enforcement Tool to Harass Black Drivers? appeared first on Rewire.
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