A variety of experts comment on the nation’s conversations about race and detail personal experiences with law enforcement, in this media gallery from America After Ferguson. Anna Deveare Smith talks about the great divide in terms of opportunity and resources that exists in our country. Candace McCoy cites a failure of public policy. Jason Riley ties the suspicion of black people to crime statistics. Jelani Cobb suggests that one’s experiences influences whether you live in fear of the police or welcome their protection. Tef Poe explains why he has no faith in law enforcement or the political process.
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