Seeing is believing and phone cameras have helped and hindered, but in these cases, there is no walking away from the shock of seeing someone who has authority over you blatantly violate the law he is there to uphold. How to best crack the egg and fix these things will not be an easy fix with the bureaucracies that exist. The country is overall a good place, but has not taken seriously the things it should have. You cannot have a civil society with law enforcers being law breakers. Just as all cops are not horrible, so goes with the rioters. You cannot broad brush either group or you end up nowhere. The hard part is the weeding out of individuals, or even entire staffs of law enforcement if they have been complicit. It will be a long process.
The minority community has the ears of the country at this point, what will they do with it? I hope something good. This might even be a harder nut to crack. Once you have the attention of those who need to hear you, stepping up with being part of the process of fixing these issues is next on the agenda. Not sure I trust any DC politician to help the process at all. They live from one election to the other making promises, only to keep power and not much changes.
I really feel that local level solutions might end up being better than DC solutions. But again, I am not law enforcement, I am not African American and I despise politicians. Injustice however, is not to be tolerated.