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Why I ignored the police-involved killing of yet another unarmed black man

Just how numb I’ve become to the police-involved shootings of unarmed African American men was brought home Sunday morning. Rachelle Nigro, an advisory neighborhood commissioner here in Washington, saw me leaving home and posed a simple question: “Why haven’t you written about the shooting of Terrence Sterling?” The query was and remains relevant because the […]
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