Invisible Man

What is the metaphorical value of the policemen that the narrator sees when he ducks out into the street before his speech in Invisible Man

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Noticing the police on horseback nearby, he hurries back inside .He is told the police are to protect them, then Brother Jack speaks first to the audience. Still, the police represent old ideas of black oppression.