Bryan Curtis, David Shoemaker, and Chris Almeida are joined by Jemele Hill, host of Way Down in the Hole, to discuss the effects of the nationwide protests that have continued for 14 days (0:45). Then, Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Will Bunch joins to explain police unions and what they mean for reform (23:00). Finally, Curtis, Shoemaker, and Almeida discuss James Bennet’s resignation from The New York Times.
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