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    DOJ charges 4 officers in relation to Breonna Taylor death in 2020

    08:48
  • New documentary shines light on shocking postnatal mortality rates for Black women

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  • Black Americans 4 times more likely to be victims of gun violence

    07:57
  • Places of peace have become the white supremacists hunting ground

    11:29
  • Under pressure: Tucker Carlson’s debunked conspiracy theory cited by Buffalo shooting suspect

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  • Exposed: Police bias from Buffalo mass shooter’s arrest to deadly traffic stops in Black America

    11:56
  • Grand Rapids Police Dept. releases footage of fatal shooting

    08:55
  • Fatal shooting of Patrick Lyoya raises questions

    08:23
  • LA court says protest organizers can be held responsible

    06:05
  • The history you don’t know about the three-fifths compromise

    02:11
  • Imani Perry on why the ‘national mythology’ of American exceptionalism needs to be addressed

    04:09
  • Inside the fallacy of representation

    06:46
  • Brian Flores calls out racism in the NFL

    10:40
  • GOP attacks how race & history to be taught

    08:47
  • Being Black in America

    15:25
  • Black Twitter as a modern day Green Book

    06:45
  • Trial of Arbery's killers only came after pressure, video, and exposed cover-up

    09:20
  • 'A lynching': Three white men guilty of murdering unarmed Black man

    04:16
  • ‘White supremacy maintains its cover’: Rittenhouse acquitted of all charges

    09:11
  • National reckoning: Shooter at BLM rally acquitted on all charges for killing two

    09:12

Comey connects police scrutiny to crime rates

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FBI Director James Comey added his name to the roster of law enforcement leaders openly speculating that increased scrutiny on police is responsible for recent crime increases in some cities. Marquez Claxton of the Black Law Enforcement Alliance and Patrick Murray from Monmouth University Polling Institute join to discuss.