The top leaders at the University of Kansas on Tuesday issued a wide-ranging message to the university community condemning racism, police brutality and societal inequities that nationwide protests have sought to highlight in recent days.
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Six years after nationwide protests against police violence captured the country's attention, the recent killings of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd have put the issue of police violence back into national focus. Many are left asking what, if…
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