Roundtable Discussion on Race in America
Paul Butler, Eleanor Clift, and Armstrong Williams talked about the status of race relations in the United States in the wake of the police… read more
Paul Butler, Eleanor Clift, and Armstrong Williams talked about the status of race relations in the United States in the wake of the police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Among other topics, the guests discussed their personal backgrounds, progress made in racial relations since the election of President Obama and over the preceding 50 years, the increase in military-grade weaponry in police departments around the country, and law enforcement training. They also responded to viewer phone calls and electronic communications. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Paul Butler Professor George Washington University->Law School
- Eleanor Clift Contributing Editor Newsweek
- Peter Slen Host C-SPAN
- Armstrong Williams Talk Show Host XM Satellite Radio->"Armstrong Williams Show"
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