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Marc Frazier Scholl and Adam S. Kaufmann Marc Frazier Scholl and Adam S. Kaufmann

The horrific use of brutal force against George Floyd has sparked widespread outrage, calls for change, and dialogues about many issues that are long overdue. Our country in 2020 finds itself at a crossroad, seeking a path to address many aspects of racial injustice. A focal point of this broader conversation, and the flashpoint for much of the anger and frustration felt by so many in the wake of Mr. Floyd’s death and the deaths of so many others, is how to address the use of excessive force by police officers.

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