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WATCH: Amy Goodman Discusses Policing in America on MSNBC with Melissa Harris-Perry

DN! in the NewsJanuary 06, 2015
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On Saturday, Amy Goodman joined Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC to talk about the history of policing in America, and the history of the role of white allies in racial justice protest movements. Other panelists included Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Blair Kelley, Jamie Kilstein, Marquez Claxton, and Ed Pawlowsk. Watch highlights from the show below.

A history of policing in America

Complexities of the quest for racial justice

Can artists be effective activists?

Collective grieving process’ for slain NYPD officers

Police vs. mayor: History repeating itself?

How policing shifted post-9/11

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