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Nextdoor CEO Nirav Tolia says a pilot project using algorithms to check for racially charged terms has helped cut racial profiling posts by roughly 50 percent. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Social Network Nextdoor Moves To Block Racial Profiling Online

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Oakland Police Chief Sean Whent, with Mayor Libby Schaaf behind him, listens to questions from the media on May 2, 2015, after May Day protests in Oakland, Calif. Whent has since resigned as police chief — as did two interim chiefs after him, over the course of a little more than a week. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Diana Venegas, a nursing student at Samuel Merritt University, in Oakland, Calif., takes a patient's blood pressure at a recent health fair at Allen Temple Baptist Church. Adizah Eghan/KQED hide caption

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Stephen Curry, left, and Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors celebrate in the second quarter Thursday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers during Game One of the 2015 NBA Finals in Oakland, California. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images hide caption

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Oakland police officers, wearing body cameras, form a line during demonstrations against recent incidents of alleged police brutality nationwide. Elijah Nouvelage/Getty Images hide caption

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California Bill Could Limit Police Access To Body Camera Footage

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File photo of the Oakland Police Department as they salute at the public memorial service for slain Oakland police officers. Michael Macor-Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Retired Oakland Police Officer Recruits Locals To Police Their Own City

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"I like going out and looking at people, and they inspire me so much," says Oakland musician Fantastic Negrito, winner of NPR's Tiny Desk Concert Contest. Eric Taylor/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Meet Fantastic Negrito, The Winner Of Our Tiny Desk Concert Contest

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First The Protest, Then The Storm: Bay Area's 5 Straight Nights Of Clashes

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Protesters light a dumpster on fire, early Monday in Berkeley, Calif., as raucous demonstrations hit the streets of California for a second straight night in response to police killings in Missouri and New York. Taylor Nitta/AP hide caption

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A man carries a box of merchandise from a vandalized Radio Shack on Sunday during a march against the New York City grand jury decision to not indict a police officer in the death of Eric Garner, in Berkeley, Calif. Stephen Lam/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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