As people across the US continue to demonstrate in support of Black Lives Matter, we are seeing a level of action against racism not seen since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. Across the country, people are reviewing police practices and methods and questioning the role of law enforcement in our communities. What can we learn from the policies of other countries, such as Cuba? See this article from The Progressive about Cuban police practices and another from Legal Form explaining why Cuban police don’t have the same level of racial violence that we see here. See also the July 7 program “Why There Are No George Floyds In Cuba,” which can be viewed and shared here, and especially the remarks and answers by Soffiyah Elijah, an expert on police and corrections issues in the U.S. and Cuba.