Our second hour of stories about policing and race. We hear about one city where relations between police and black residents went terribly, and another city where they seem to be improving remarkably. And one of our producers asks: Why aren't police chiefs talking about race after incidents where unarmed black men are wrongly killed by officers?
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Since we first ran this show, there have been several developments at the Miami Gardens police department.
Note: The internet version of this episode contains un-beeped curse words. BEEPED VERSION.
Miki Meek reports on how bad things got for black residents of Miami Gardens, Florida – and why they got so bad – by telling the story of two men, a convenience store owner and one of his employees. (29 minutes)
Fusion: "Florida city’s ‘stop and frisk’ nabs thousands of kids"
Miami Herald: "In Miami Gardens, store video catches cops in the act"