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Justice
Race and Power
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Session #2

Justice in America has never been blind. From slavery and lynchings, to mass incarceration and police shootings, American society has undervalued Black lives. What will it take for America to live up to its principles of liberty and justice for all? Professor Brian Lowery talks with Loretta Lynch, the nation’s first female African American attorney general. They discuss what it would take to reimagine community policing and what she learned about peace and reconciliation during her experience advising the International Criminal Tribunal in Rwanda in charge of prosecuting those responsible for the 1994 genocide.

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