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Displacement Episode 3: The Estranged


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PhD graduate in Sociology Monica Bell’s interviews with poor youth of color in Baltimore led her to formulate the idea of “legal estrangement.” While the press focuses on a “trust gap” between black youth and the police, Monica believes that the issue is far deeper. Her interviews revealed a generation of young Americans who feel both stateless and powerless.

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Host/Producer: Anna Fisher-Pinkert

Executive Producer: Ann Hall

Sound Designer: Ian Coss

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