NYPD social distancing enforcement shows racial divide targeting minorities: study

An analysis by the Legal Aid Society found that while the majority of 311 complaints about people flaunting social distancing rules come from residents of the city’s predominantly white neighborhoods, most of the people given summonses or getting arrested for similar complaints are from black and Latino communities.

NYPD police body-cam footage of an angry East New York confrontation on April 28 between a line of cops and bystanders after social distancing enforcement.(NYPD) An analysis by the Legal Aid Society found that while the majority of 311 complaints about people flaunting social distancing rules come from residents […]

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