Support For Black Lives Matter Surged During Protests, But Is Waning Among White Americans

The recent protests against police brutality are some of the largest and most widespread in American history. An estimated 15 million to 26 million Americans have taken to the streets to protest police violence and advocate for Black lives. The remarkable size and scope of these demonstrations has translated into real policy gains, too. Dozens … Continue reading Support For Black Lives Matter Surged During Protests, But Is Waning Among White Americans