The decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson over the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown has once again inflamed one of America’s great sensitivities about race, justice and how it is applied.
Joining us now to discuss these issues, we have Pulitzer Prize-winning and author Isabel Wilkerson, Judith Browne-Dianis with The Advancement Project, which focuses on issues around inequality, and Carroll Doherty with the Pew Research Center.
Carroll Doherty, I want to start by looking at some of the numbers that you have accumulated over the years about confidence in police and the difference between how white people see it and how black people see it. (pbs.com – Gwen Ifill) Click here to read the conversation.
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