US report: Minorities are targets of police brutality in schools

Civil rights and education advocacy groups call for removal of officers from schools despite risk of shootings.

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    A study by civil rights and education advocacy groups in the United States claims minority students are targets of police brutality in schools.

    The report, published this week, calls for the removal of school police officers, despite the risk of school shootings.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from Philadelphia.


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