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Lived experiences key to achieve racial justice and equality
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Clinton was unarmed on the night of March 10th, 2013 when a Dallas officer shot him seven times. Five times in his chest, once in his raised left arm and the final shot was in the back at close range. Clinton was only 25 years old, a Black father of infant twin sons, My experience of a life impacted
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  • Clinton was unarmed on the night of March 10th, 2013 when a Dallas officer shot him seven times. Five times in his chest, once in his raised left arm and the final shot was in the back at close range.
  • Clinton was only 25 years old, a Black father of infant twin sons,
  • My experience of a life impacted by racism and race discrimination and inequality was sufficient motivation for me to take the opportunity to be part of efforts towards eliminating racism in the context of law enforcement.
  • “We can only succeed in building back better towards a more resilient future of equality and non-discrimination if States and all relevant actors stand united and accelerate action in the fight against systemic racism”
  • Al-Nashif said the real measure for success in advancing justice and racial equality has to the demonstrable positive changes in the lives of those affected. Data collection is crucial, but concrete participation on all sides is as important, she said.

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