After U.S. President Joe Biden abandoned a campaign promise to establish a police oversight commission during his first 100 days in office, administration officials have provided few details about how far he will go to combat racism in policing.

On Tuesday, Biden added little clarity when asked what he could offer on the matter of police overhaul: "A lot,” he answered during a meeting with several members of the Congressional Black Caucus. "And I will tell you guys later.”

The brief response came against the backdrop of another fatal police shooting of a Black man in Minnesota and renewed questions about what civil rights advocates could expect from an administration that promised swift action but so far has been slow to deliver.