They are solemn, reflecting on the weight of history and its responsibilities, coming as America is roiled by ruminations on race.
Chicago Police Supt. David Brown, his 1st deputy superintendent, Eric Carter, and his deputy superintendent, Barbara West, sat to chat at headquarters, about the race and gender history their department quietly made this year.
“As African American leaders, we have this clear understanding of the issues, with race the prominent discussion nationwide,” said Brown, 59, the former Dallas police chief at CPD’s helm since April.
“We all have pushed…