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No idea how this "study" could have anything resembling academic "credibility:" Have you had an experience with police violence in the city of Chicago? If yes, please contact us if you would like to participate in a PAID interview!Dr. Laurence Ralph from Harvard University is conducting a study along with NORC at the University of Chicago. The study is about police-community relations in the city of Chicago.
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