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Police calls over the mundane criminalize 'living while black'

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After a series of high profile incidents in which the police were called on black people performing ordinary life tasks like moving into a new apartment, discussions of racism have begun to address the misuse and abuse of white people calling the police on black people in the age of "see something, say something." Whitney Dow, documentary filmmaker of "The Whiteness Project," Larry Krasner, Philadelphia Disctric Attorney, Phillip Atiba Goff, professor in policing equity at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and Tim Wise, anti-racist educator join the MSNBC panel.