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Murders of Black women rose during the pandemic. The solving of their cases fell

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Victims’ families set out to find killers as authorities grapple with shift in clearance rates When homicides surged across America during the pandemic, murders of Black women and girls rose more dramatically than other groups.

At the same time, the proportion of those killings solved by police fell faster than other demographics in nearly two dozen cities..

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