April 15, 2021

There’s no question that police enforcement practices are under scrutiny when it comes to how our officers in blue treat people differently. Officers can feel immediately at ease with some community members or feel immediately threatened and superior to them, regardless of the age of the alleged offender. A mixture of human nature, fear of the unfamiliar, built-in bias, and the occasional white supremacist presence create a perfect storm for a police force trying to deliver ‘good policing.’; More law enforcement agencies need to to take a page from one police chief in North Carolina; Will Congress succeed in increasing the Supreme Court justices?; Feeling stressed these days? Talk to MamaZen. Go beyond the headlines…

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