Socioeconomic injustice is the biggest problem in the court room. Agreed. But because if hundreds of years of oppression and legal inequity, and many decades of discrimination that followed, black communities face that vastly more than white communities.I do not see any sweeping change in what is going to happen. The police will still be over whelmed and if they are not using as present in these neighborhoods more will die from other things. The key is to get ownership of the problems in the local communities but find a way to invest in them. Jordan has done a great thing to fight racism by donating 100 million but what will be done with it. Will it take that money and find a community that needs that income to thrive and see it through as an investment and not just throwing money at the problem.
As for the court room I know you think it is racial injustice but it is economic injustice. My kids have no money and no fancy lawyer that knows the judge to get off for the same charge that the rich kids do. If you think our board of ed kids face the same discipline mine do you are turning a blind eye to our justice system. The thing is we have to invest in all of our communities and give each a chance to survive. As for BLM I see nothing from their leadership that gives me hope that they are going to do that.
The biggest change that could be made to address police brutality, injustice in the courtroom, and crime in impoverished communities would be to the abolish the War on Drugs. I sometimes feel like I bring the War on Drugs up too much, but I really do think that it is the magic bullet. It is at the center of so many of these things.