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  • Table S1. Sample characteristics for black infants.
  • Table S2. Sample characteristics for white infants.
  • Table S3. Sample characteristics for Hispanic infants.
  • Table S4. Results from 36 DD models.
  • Table S5. Results from 36 DD models with sibling fixed-effect.
  • Table S6. Effect of exposure to police killing of unarmed blacks on birth weight of black infants for distances below 1 km.
  • Table S7. Sensitivity analysis for various definitions of trimester.
  • Table S8. Sensitivity analysis for different definitions of exposure to police killings before and after birth.
  • Table S9. Effect of exposure to police killing of unarmed blacks during pregnancy on residential mobility for black mothers.
  • Table S10. 2SLS models for effect of police killings of unarmed blacks during pregnancy within 1 km on birth weight of black infants.
  • Fig. S1. Police killings in California, 2005–2017.
  • Fig. S2. Effect of maternal exposure to police killings of unarmed blacks before, during, and after pregnancy on the gestational age of black infants.
  • Fig. S3. Effect of maternal exposure to police killings within 1.5 km on gestational age in weeks by race/ethnicity of infant and characteristic of police killing.
  • Fig. S4. Effect of maternal exposure to police killings within 1.5 km on low birth weight in weeks by race/ethnicity of infant and characteristic of police killing.
  • Fig. S5. Effect of maternal exposure to police killings within 1.5 km on premature birth by race/ethnicity of infant and characteristic of police killing.
  • Fig. S6. DD model for the effect of police killing of unarmed blacks on the number of births to black mothers.
  • Legend for preregistered analysis plan
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