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Exploring the complex relationship between black women and police




LISLE, IL  - JULY 25: Daija Belcher, 5, holds a sign in front of the DuPage African Methodist Episcopal Church during the funeral service for Sandra Bland on July 25, 2015 in Lisle, Illinois. Bland's death roused suspicion nationwide after the 28-year-old was found hanging from a plastic bag three days after she was pulled over by a Texas State Trooper for a traffic violation. (Photo by Jonathan Gibby/Getty Images)
LISLE, IL - JULY 25: Daija Belcher, 5, holds a sign in front of the DuPage African Methodist Episcopal Church during the funeral service for Sandra Bland on July 25, 2015 in Lisle, Illinois. Bland's death roused suspicion nationwide after the 28-year-old was found hanging from a plastic bag three days after she was pulled over by a Texas State Trooper for a traffic violation. (Photo by Jonathan Gibby/Getty Images)
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An updated report from the African American Policy Forum and Columbia University examines the relationship between black women and law enforcement.

The "Say Her Name Brief"chronicles several stories from police encounters gone wrong. First released in May, the report was amended after the death of Sandra Bland two weeks ago.

Kimberle Crenshaw is executive director of the African American Policy Forum and teaches at the Columbia University Law School. She discussed the complex and often fraught relationship between black women and police with Take Two.

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