Phillip Atiba Goff on reducing racial discrimination in policing

June 19, 2020

"ON MARCH 31ST 1931 a plane carrying Knute Rockne, a legendary American football coach at the University of Notre Dame, crashed into a wheat field outside Bazaar, Kansas, killing everyone on board. The incident sparked a national outcry and inspired a new standard for investigating aviation accidents. A government agency, which eventually became the National Transportation Safety Board, or NTSB, assumed responsibility for gathering relevant data and establishing best practices..."

Continue reading Phillip Atiba Goff's op-ed piece in The Economist.