It is a low-quality sensationalist article (hence why I linked an archive.is link so you don't have to give them ad revenue)
Another way to look at this phenomenon is to consider the likelihood that police are more reluctant to shoot suspects WITHOUT video evidence because more serious charges may be brought against them.
"But only a small number of the shootings — roughly 5 percent — occurred under the kind of circumstances that raise doubt and draw public outcry, according to an analysis by The Washington Post."
From a far-left source even.
If the police are perfectly fine with shooting suspects while being recorded, and only 1 in 20 fatal shootings even raise doubts - HMMMMMMhttps://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2013/crime-in-the-u.s.-2013/tables/table-43
FBI crime statistics indicate Blacks and Hispanics are shot by the police in a similar proportion to their violent crime rates.http://archive.is/tdQoX
Percent distributed, arrests for VIOLENT CRIME
58.4 (white) 38.7 (black)
(Hispanics isn't counted as a race, and most Hispanics will be counted as "white")
Percent distributed, fatal police shootings
41.5 (white) 25.5 (black) 15.7 (Hispanic ) 0.03 (other) 18.2 (unknown)
HOWEVER, HISPANICS ARE MOSTLY COUNTED AS WHITE BY THE FBI.
That meant the statistics could be rearranged. White becomes 57.1%
Keep in mind that the race of 106 of the 581 people shot in 2017 was not released. They very well may have been Black.
So Blacks are indeed shot less frequently by the police than they are arrested for violent crimes, as a proportion of the total cases in both of those fields.
You would think the narrative that police target black people to be shot, is actually fiction!
Note: this information is available, but only through sanitized, sensationalized yellow journalism articles by the corporate media! They'll give you the statistics, but it will be buried under a bunch of verbiage.