Malcolm Gladwell said we may have reached a “tipping point” on policing in America following the police killing of George Floyd.
The author and “Revisionist History” host said he was “encouraged” by how quickly debate has shifted from whether individual police officers are racist to examining large-scale, systemic issues.
More than two-thirds of Americans believe Floyd’s killing represents a broader problem with law enforcement.
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In his best-selling book “The Tipping Point,” author Malcolm Gladwell chronicled how ideas, trends, and behaviors spread like wildfire after reaching a critical threshold of acceptance.
Twenty years later, Gladwell says we may finally be reaching a tipping point on policing in America.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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