by Michael E. Ross onJune 22, 2010
What might be a simple case of police self-defense becomes troubling when you consider the turbulent history of police-minority relations in one of America's most tolerant cities.
June 18, 2010
This week on The Confab: A post-mortem of Obama's oil spill speech. Did the president's address really address anything? Plus, the myth of "black-on-black violence" and a troubling lesson about police misconduct. Join The Root's senior editor Teresa Wiltz as she talks with staff writer Cord Jefferson, media and culture critic Natalie Hopkinson and contributor to The Root Peter Goodman.
* Podcast production by Abdullah Rufus.
*Podcast theme music by Timothy Morrison.
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