How Do We Stop Police Brutality Against Black Civilians?

Alton Sterling didn't have to die. It's time to address police violence via The Guardian

Alton Sterling didn't have to die. It's time to address police violence
via The Guardian

To end police brutality, elect better judges via USA Today

To end police brutality, elect better judges
via USA Today

THE BASICS: The Guardian's Samuel Sinyangwe says there will be no justice for cops who unjustly kill citizens until civilian committees are put in place to oversee police investigations, who are independent from law enforcement and thereby impartial in their recommendations, while Meredith Clark of USA Today argues that voting for unbiased judges at the local level, whose campaigns have not been funded by special interests, would hold more cops responsible in unjust shootings.