The hourlong radio show and podcast takes a deep look at policing in St. Louis, a city that leads the nation in police killings per capita.
Six years after Ferguson, St. Louis hasn’t seen a single substantive police reform. A group of young Black leaders have instead set their sights higher: taking control of city politics.
Dozens of protesters who took part in the uprisings after George Floyd’s murder have faced prolonged detention despite COVID-19 outbreaks.
Millions of Americans have protested racism and police brutality. The federal government cracked down, filing charges against protesters in 31 states.
“Even though I don’t wanna die from COVID-19, I’d rather die fighting for a cause trying to save people’s lives.”
As Americans take to the streets, we hear from the person prosecuting the police officers and remember the history of policing in black communities.
We look at where an Israel boycott clause in employment contracts comes from and weigh it against the First Amendment right to free speech.
This week, we’re peeling back the curtain on a new era of ideological clashes around the country.