02/26/21 • Nebraska vaccine data • Nationwide case trends

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Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Good Afternoon,

Today we have stories about Omaha’s mayoral challengers responding to Mayor Jean Stothert’s State of the City speech, a proposed bill to make police bodycam footage more accessible, and OPD defending its choice to monitor activists. 

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Reed Moore’s Black History, Black Present

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Where Do We Go From Here? 

For some, 2020 seemed like a wake-up call. The systems that govern minority communities in America are not only fundamentally racist but have made little progress after years of supposed big wins in civil rights. Some say this is the last chance for systems to change before oppressed communities separate and create their own structures.

For others, those ideas — defunding the police, creating independent systems that would care for people’s health and education — come from a place of emotion, not pragmatism.

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