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Violence has erupted in cities across the US over the death of African-American George Floyd, after he was physically restrained by police in Minneapolis. We've looked at some of the data around crime and justice in the US, and what it shows about the experience of African-Americans when it comes to law and order. 1. AFRICAN-AMERICANS ARE MORE LIKELY TO GET FATALLY SHOT. The available figures for incidents in which the police shoot and kill people show that for African-Americans, there's a much higher chance of being fatally shot relative to their overall numbers in the US population. In fact, in 2019, although African-Americans made up less than 14% of the population (according to officia... Full story

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