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Police shootings and serious injury or death by the police usually result from people who happen to look different—they are minorities, men in their early 30s, working class, black, brown. (The average age of a black police officer today is 34.) But they are often also poor, homeless, low-skilled, undocumented. The violence that police officers inflict on the citizens of poor neighborhoods is usually racial. So we could have a black police chief who happens to have a white wife and is running his own small white, working class black community police department. But no, in order to have a police chief in a poor and working-class black community, there would have to be the violence of the police to allow this.
Two, there is not a lot of evidence that police officers are ever going to be fired, killed, or injured by people using force in the same way that the poor, the homeless, and the undocumented have been fired from public employment, threatened with police brutality and the like. Police officers are sometimes fired or killed by those who would like to retaliate against them. So there is nothing racist about what the police are doing to the poor and working-class black people. And the black police have in no way, shape, or form made themselves a scapegoat for what has been going on in poor and working-class black communities in this country for a long time. To the contrary, they have done a lot to benefit black communities all throughout the countr