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Across the United States, frustration and outrage are pouring out onto the streets over police brutality and the death of George Floyd, as well as deep, systemic racial disparities in education, the criminal justice system, the economy and health care, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
READ MORE: Two-thirds of black Americans don’t trust the police to treat them equally. Most white Americans do.
On Friday, June 5, the PBS NewsHour will focus on these issues in a special called “Race Matters: America in Crisis,” when we’ll turn to grassroots voices from around the country and host roundtable conversations of thought leaders, newsmakers and experts. The special will air on PBS stations nationwide at 9 p.m. ET.
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5 ways to approach racial equity at work
The critical role white parents play in shaping racism — and eradicating it
What’s behind racial disparities in American policing — and how to solve them
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