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How Race Impacts the Self Defense Argument

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Arguing self defense can go very differently for people depending on the color of their skin. The guilty verdict for Ahmaud Arbery's killers and acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse have opened up the conversation to what self defense looks like under the law and what needs to change.