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There hasn’t been much change. Since he died, there’s still been police brutality. — Seth Jackson, Student, Hyde Park
I don’t think things have gotten any better. If anything, there’s been more killings. — Renee McGahee, Community Engagement Coordinator, Roxbury
There is more awareness, and people have been mobilizing, but institutionally, nothing has changed. Given the recent incidents in Oklahoma and Charlotte, we are still a long way from fixing the problem. — Juan Leyton, Executive Director, Roslindale
I don’t think anything has changed. On social media you see a lot of people getting killed by police for no reason. There’s a lot more protests happening. — Jeremy Lowery, Student, Roslindale
We need to have meetings with police in Boston and across the country. They need to know that black people’s lives are just as important as other people’s lives. Police officers should be tried when they shoot us and answer for what they’ve done. — Dorothy Copeland, Home Health Aide, Dorchester
I don’t think anything has changed. But overall there has been a growing awareness amongst white folks of the seriousness of the situation. — J. Gustavo, Managing Director, Dorchester
What do you think has changed in the two years since Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, Missouri?