I'm still up to my neck in the BLM/systemic racism issue, wading thru information whenever I get free time (and stomach), and so far I'm leaning towards the judicial systems being much more problematic than the street-level policing. What evidence there is of systemic racism in the US, especially, comes most strongly from courts and jury processes. There are so many things that seem obviously flawed about the way they do it. I was also reading thru search laws the other day, diffing American vs UK laws, and was mortified to see that, where in the US there is a constitutional right not to have your person or vehicle searched without probable cause or a warrant, in the UK that only applies to beat officers, and that a constable or higher can simply authorize a search regardless of circumstances. Not sure why it's so, but jeez, gg UK. Uncomfortably for my political sensibilities, it was also Theresa May who instigated the pushback against excessive and/or undocumented use of stop-and-search powers, calling for reform, guidelines and training. Really not sure how to parse that information.