People With Disabilities At Greater Risk of Police Violence

Released Thursday, 2nd July 2020
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Ableism and racism in law enforcement can put Black people with disabilities especially at risk of police violence. While there is no federal data on police violence against people with disabilities, experts believe that up to half of people who are killed by police have a disability. We hear from two Black people with disabilities, Kason O’Connor and Babatunde Azubuike, about their experience with police, the intersection of ableism and racism, and what changes they want to see.

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20m 50s
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