As protesters continue to take to the streets to demand justice and police reform in wake of the police killing of George Floyd in Minnesota, Jelani Cobb, a historian and staff writer at the New Yorker, joined Errol Louis for a conversation on the long history of inequity, systemic racism and policing in America. They also discuss the coronavirus pandemic and its disproportionate impact on black communities.
For more on race in America, check out Errol's conversation with: Nikole Hannah-Jones
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