Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and Protest Movements That Get Things Done

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The relationships between police and communities are as thin as they've ever been. How do protest movements that achieve concrete ends actually do it? Fabio Rojas is a sociologist at Indiana University. We discussed recent high-profile killings and how protestors can maximize their impact.


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