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For Chicagoans, Mayor Emanuel’s Response to Police Brutality Is More of the Same

In response to building pressure, in August Mayor Rahm Emanuel proposed a new Civilian Office of Police Accountability, which the city council approved on October 5. Activists on the ground are not convinced the new office will produce meaningful change. The post For Chicagoans, Mayor Emanuel’s Response to Police Brutality Is More of the Same appeared first on Rewire.
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