PBS NewsHour

What it will take to reform policing, according to 3 experts

Clip: Special | 13m 34s | Video has closed captioning.

Judy Woodruff discusses the history and trends of policing in America — and what reform should look like — with DeRay Mckesson, co-founder of Campaign Zero, Margaret Huang, president and CEO of the Southern Poverty Law Center and Georgetown University law Professor Rosa Brooks, who, five years ago, became a reserve police officer in Washington D.C. to better understand the profession.

Aired: 05/25/21

Rating: NR

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