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Plus, we discuss President Trump's move to temper the protests with a militarized response.
We talk about the MBTA shutting down key T stations during protests Sunday and Tuesday night.
With thousands attending protests against police brutality in Massachusetts and beyond, will we see a spike in coronavirus cases?
Kellie Carter Jackson, an assistant professor of Africana studies at Wellesley College, wrote about the subject in The Atlantic, and joins us to discuss the historical double standard in what...
Plus, at the protests in Boston on Sunday and Tuesday, the MBTA closed stations, and some protestors said they were not able to easily leave. We dig into that decision....
We hear a historical perspective on policing in America from Khalil Gibran Muhammad, a Harvard professor of history, race, and public policy.
We look at the issue of race and policing in America from a historical perspective.
Boston protests last night were tense at times but remained peaceful. Just south of the city in Brockton, after several hours of peaceful protesting, the second wave of demonstrations escalated,...
Suffolk County Sheriff Steven Tompkins talks about the ongoing protests, and how the law enforcement community can and should respond.
WBUR's Kimberly Atkins recaps an eventful day in the nation's capital.
With demonstrations continuing over the killing of George Floyd and police brutality, we talk with an organizer for a rally and vigil on Tuesday.
Plus, President Trump invokes the US military, as protesters were tear gassed outside the White House.
We've take stock of the moment we're in with a national response to George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers.
WBUR's Deborah Becker recaps the protests Sunday night in Boston, which were peaceful throughout the day, but devolved into some violence at night.
We hear from Boston City Councilor Julia Mejia and Rev. Willie Bodrick II, associate pastor at Twelfth Baptist Church in Roxbury.
Councilor Mejia joins us to talk about Sunday's protests, the city's response, and what she wants to see from other elected officials to help move Boston move forward.
We speak with Rev. Willie Bodrick II about what this moment means and the path forward.
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District Attorney Rachael Rollins reacts to the death of George Floyd, a black man whose arresting officer was recorded kneeling on his neck for minutes on end, and the demonstrations...
We take your calls and hear from our Week In Review panelists as we process the protests in Minneapolis after the death of George Floyd.