20 Years After the NYPD Killing of Amadou Diallo, His Mother and Community Ask: What’s Changed?

February 1, 2019
New York Magazine

...“Policing still has a very big race problem,” said Darius Charney, a senior staff attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights, and lead counsel on both the Floyd and Daniels cases. “There’s still an overwhelming amount of abuse and mistreatment of communities of color by law enforcement and that’s still happening in New York, and it still happens everywhere else around the country.” ...

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February 22, 2019