After young Black man Tyre Nichols was killed by police, there are renewed calls to reform law enforcement in the US.
The killing of Tyre Nichols by a group of police officers in Memphis, Tennessee, has renewed the debate on reforming the police.
Some Americans argue that the institution should not be indicted just because there are a few “bad apples” in a local police force here and there. But others argue that the entire system has racism and inequality baked into it.
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The question of how to change the culture across thousands of local police forces and communities is a thorny one.
Host Steve Clemons asks former Memphis police officer Thaddeus Johnson about the prospects for fixing law enforcement in the United States.