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Don Cheadle may be an A-list celebrity, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t had the same struggles with police as the rest of us.
Cheadle says he learned about racial discrimination at the hands of police when he moved to the suburbs from a predominately Black neighborhood.
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“That was when a lot of bullying started when I was at school, and it definitely predicated on race,” Cheadle said.
Police brutality is finally getting the recognition is deserves, but Cheadle acknowledges it isn’t a new occurrence.
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When it comes to the prospects of former Vice President Joe Biden taking Trump out of office, Cheadle believes there’s a lot of work to be done.