Deep Dive: Police and Violence in America

Ferguson has changed the way Americans now see violence and those committed to protect us. Far too many young black men die at the hands of police, yet few are willing to attribute this recurrence to the failures and biases of the individual officers who hold the guns. A 90-minute discussion from a variety of thinkers and experts will explore how we must rethink our systematically racist policing policies.

Festival: 2015

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