"...don't agree that black people being unfairly treated by the justice system is an erroneous..."
I have yet to be shown that there is any validity to this assertion. I mean using actual facts, not 'feelings'.
"...definitely possible. And it's also possible that some..."
You basically said the same thing I did, just with different words. I don't care how "mistreated" you've been, violence makes things worse not better. Doctor King understood this, Malcolm did not. You make excuses for violence and lawlessness, then you're justifying and validating it. With that justification, you are helping to perpetuate the "vicious cycle of anger and mistrust between law enforcement and minority communities".
"...some liberal policies have hurt families, but I would call it extremely inaccurate to place the blame solely..."
I said "leftist", not "liberal". Surprisingly big difference, I recently learned.
I appreciate your attempt to seem fair by trying to spread responsibility around, but it's disingenuous. If anything it's "extremely" accurate, with facts and statistics to back it up. I pointed out specific examples of the policies and their long term effects on poverty-stricken urban areas that have been governed exclusively by leftists for 50+ years (Detroit, Chicago, Philadelphia, just to name a few).
You think that's wrong? Fine, show me. Point out to me the urban centers of poverty consistently governed by conservatives for 50 years, and the negative effects of conservative policies and values on minority communities. Sorry, it's a trick question. There is no such place, it doesn't exist.
It's all on the left and their "enlightened and intellectual" solutions that have never solved a single issue, problem, or crisis, for impoverished minorities, and have instead demonstrably made things an order of magnitude worse for these people they claim to be trying to help.
I'd be willing to bet real money that if a culture of individualism, responsibility, ownership, merit-based advancement, practical and vocational education, and free-market economics were encouraged in one of these areas, you'd see measurable improvement within a couple of generations.