Well, insofar as there are plenty of people who deny and/or discount that the wrongs occur -- in much the same way as many do regarding whether "so and so" sexually molested various women and despite the fact that there is far more probative and circumstantial information corroborating their assertion than there is regarding any specific woman's assertion that "so and so" sexually molested, abused, assaulted, etc. them -- asserting that the wrongs are happening strikes me as the appropriate place to start the dialogue. One, society, cannot very well get to solutioning when a material-enough quantity of society in effect says "your truth is a figment of your imagination -- it didn't happen." I recall watching Leeann Tweeden's interview with Jake Tapper. After the interview, Tapper remarked that without exception, every female Facebook friend of his has asserted that they too had been been subjected to sexual misconduct of some man or group of men. As goes the miscarriage of equitable treatment, justice, every black person I know well enough to have a conversation about it says they have been subject to something that was unfair as goes their treatment by cops.