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World Policy On Air, Ep. 128: “Dignity, Not Deadly Force”

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Over the last 20 years, the U.S. government has given about $4.3 billion in surplus military equipment to state and local authorities. Now, conversations around #BlackLivesMatter and police brutality have amplified the call for less militaristic methods of policing. This week on World Policy On Air, University of Chicago professor Aziz Z. Huq discusses procedural justice and police reform.

Read Aziz Z. Huq’s article, “Dignity, not deadly force: Why procedural justice matters for modern policing and democracy,” in the summer issue of World Policy Journal.

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