Featuring Stan Henkeman and John Steinberg on July 16, 2020

The United States is in the midst of a national conversation about the role systemic racism plays in law enforcement, but police brutality is not just an American problem. This week, we look at how South Africa has grappled with its legacy of white supremacy and police violence. After Apartheid, the police were supposed to be reformed. Now, a quarter-century later, has anything changed?

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