No one in Chicago’s black neighborhoods wants police killings or police brutality. That’s a given.
Beyond that, black Chicagoans have varying ideas of what constitutes good policing.
When the looting took place on parts of Chicago’s South and West sides earlier this month, different responses emerged out of black neighborhoods. Some thought more police officers should have been in those communities as a form of protection. Others did not.
George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis…