- The volunteer-run database EBWiki has tracked police violence against Black Americans since 2015.
- Its mission, said co-founder Darius Goore, is to agitate for change by educating the public about police killings.
- “The more information we have about these cases, the more people are talking about them, the better our chances of actually getting the reforms we need,” Goore said.
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