Episode: Death Of George Floyd: A Long History Of Racism And Policing In America


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Death Of George Floyd: A Long History Of Racism And Policing In America

Last week, a white woman called the police on a black birdwatcher in Central Park and police killed a black man in Minneapolis. We talk about how the two events are tied together by a history of racism and policing in America. Stephen Henderson, Errin Haines and Katheryn Russell-Brown join Meghna Chakrabarti.



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