It's really weird to see the term "embed," which we often use to describe reporters accompanying soldiers in Iraq or Afghanistan war zones, being used in the context of local police action within the United States.
After 1954’s landmark Brown v Board of Ed ruling, America’s (largely racially segregated) cities began racially integrating their schools by busing black kids to white neighborhoods, a project that hit its stride at the start of the 1970s. It worked.
In the aftermath of the Ferguson uprising, much ink was spilled on the reliance of the predominantly black city on fines from its residents to pay its bills — and on the use of what amounted to debtors’ prisons that locked up those who wouldn’t or couldn’t pay the constant stream of fines and scared […]
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