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Latinx Perspectives on Policing and Safety

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Mijente is proud to release the first national comprehensive study on Latinx attitudes about policing and public safety in the United States and Puerto Rico. We believe in our gente and our communities, that together we can envision and build futures beyond the constraints of punitive measures.

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We commissioned this study to better understand Latinx experiences and develop strategic organizing interventions and resources.  The results tell a story that mirrors the Latinx diaspora as a whole: our gente’s political perspectives vary drastically depending on any number of factors.

Still, in analyzing thousands of responses across 11 different focus groups, it is clear that our gente believe that making communities safer is about resources, jobs, and education, not more police. Together, we can develop opportunities to mobilize communities, inform new organizing, and sharpen political demands.

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