How to make black lives matter more | The Economist

From The Economist.

The shocking murder of George Floyd by a police officer in 2020 sparked a wave of protests around the world and prompted promises to address structural racism. What actions could actually make black lives better? Film supported by @Mishcon de Reya LLP

00:00 – The legacy of George Floyd
01:20 – How can police reform help?
06:30 – Reallocating police resources
09:10 – The school-to-prison pipeline
12:33 – Reducing school exclusions
16:15 – Moving up the corporate ladder
19:20 – Improving black wealth
22:42 – Can structural racism be solved?

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