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Why Body Cameras Won't Solve the Problem of Police Violence Against Black People

Click here for reuse options! North Carolina just passed a law removing police body-cam footage from the public record. Elsewhere, police departments stall release of footage. Body cameras were going to be black America’s saving grace. Technology was going to bring to light the horrors of police violence in communities of color, while the cameras would provide enough transparency to help rebuild trust in law enforcement in historically over-policed communities.
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