In this week's episode we examine the passing of Maxine McNair, the last of parents from the 1963 Birmingham church bombing that claimed the lives of 4 little girls. We tackle the legacy being left behind by many civil rights icons as that generation passes on. We also take a look at a recent research study that shows that protests really do work in preventing police shootings. How accurate is the data? We discuss. All that and much more.
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