Just not enough detail in what I have found to constitute worked-out solutions to effect the change required in the States. I am sorry but so far everything I have found is emotive rather than well thought out. That is understandable. I think the various groups go back seven years now? I was looking for proper proposals that could help instigate change.
As I said, with other words, do you have anything to change that impression?
Perhaps if black criminals stopped resisting arrest they wouldn't get shot by the police. Equally if the blacks stopped retaliating by rioting and destroying the property of white people, while glorifying these criminals, then, and only then, might we start to get somewhere, although quite what that 'somewhere' might involve I wouldn't really know. Disarming the police might be a good start but will never happen so long as the Americans cling to their love of guns under an archaic 2nd Amendment which had outlived its usefulness by the end of the 19th century. At least the US managed to abolish black/white segregation by 1968, so something to be grateful for, although unfortunately it took until 1975 to end the equally appalling segregation between the native American Indians and the descendants of the white settlers.