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Art Exhibit Delves Into Chicago Police Brutality

A year ago, the U.S. Department of Justice released a scathing report on the Chicago Police Department. It highlighted community distrust.
Since then, young activists have continued to organize against police violence. Including speaking out against the city spending more money on policing instead of investing it in communities. 

WBEZ’s Natalie Moore attended the opening of an art exhibit that looks at 100 years of police brutality in Chicago.

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