Introduction Race, place, and policing in the United States "You're nothing but trash over here" : black faces in white places There's a new sheriff in town : the police making contact "It's the same song" : the tragedies of Kevin Johnson and Charles "Cookie Thornton" The road to reconciliation Conclusion and discussion.
"Relying on compelling interviews from the Meacham Park neighborhood--a marginalized Black enclave located in a predominately white affluent St. Louis suburb, this book brings to life the everyday interactions of disadvantaged suburban Blacks as they faced annexation, aggressive policing, two nationally profiled shootings, and intervention from the United States Department of Justice (USDOJ)"--Provided by publisher.
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Print version: Boyles, Andrea S., 1973- author. Race, place, and suburban policing