What Northern Ireland Can Teach Us About Police-Community Relations

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Police at a Loyalist protest in Belfast, 2013. Photo by Joshua Hayes via Flickr

 

In the last two years, the name “Garner” has become a key word in debates on the police use of force against people of color because of its association with Eric Garner, the African-American man from Staten Island, NY who died after being placed in a chokehold by a New York City police officer.

Yet a three . . .

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