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PBS NEWSHOUR

Public opinions on Brown killing show division by race

  • Aired: 08/19/2014
  • 12:25
  • Rating: NR
To discuss the racial divide in reactions to the Ferguson protests, Judy Woodruff looks at data with Carroll Doherty of Pew Research Center. Ronald Hampton, former executive director of the National Black Police Association, and Gil Alba, former detective of the New York City Police Department, discuss the prospects for reconciling the Ferguson community after such upheaval.
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Public perceptions of Brown killing and protests reveal stark division by race.
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