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The police killing has accelerated a years-long effort by advocates and lawmakers to shift resources and money away from law enforcement.
Because traffic stops all too often escalate into deadly incidents, calls have grown to disentangle traffic enforcement from police—and a measure to do so has already passed in Berkeley, California.
After families of people killed by police asked the organization to investigate racist American policing, 54 African nations called for a debate on the treatment of Black Americans. The debate will happen today.
More training, more equipment, and more officers will not stop police from killing Black people.