Why Black Lives Still Don’t Matter
The Crime Report
October 1, 2018

Washington State inmate Jeremiah Bourgeois, who views prison as a microcosm of society, narrates why black lives have never mattered in a humane way to law enforcement and prison institutions, stating that “at the end of the day, protests, prosecutions and changes to policies and practices will not make black men seem peaceful and law abiding to those with guns and badges. Likewise, better training is not going to render police officers incapable of overreaction.”

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