The Quiet Epidemic of Native American Killings By Police

Miles Kampf-Lassin

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Democracy Now! covers our investigation into police killings of Native Americans, showing that Natives are more likely to be killed by police than any other group. Amy Goodman spoke with reporter Stephanie Woodard as well as James Rideout, the uncle of Jacqueline Salyers, a 32-year-old pregnant mother and member of the Puyallup Tribe who was killed by police earlier this year in Tacoma, Washington.

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Miles Kampf-Lassin, a graduate of New York University’s Gallatin School in Deliberative Democracy and Globalization, is a Web Editor at In These Times. Follow him on Twitter @MilesKLassin

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