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Drug war racism and law enforcement reforms (E444)

Tyrel Ventura and Tabetha Wallace sit down with former 11-year Baltimore police officer Michael A. Woods Jr. to discuss the institutional racism found in the war on drugs, and the desperate need to reform law enforcement, including Wood’s groundbreaking new method of civilian policing.

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