Racial Profiling in a “Post-Racial” America
The word “race” hasn’t been mentioned much in the trial of George Zimmerman, the man accused of killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin last year. But the issue of racial profiling is an elephant in the courtroom. This hour we’ll talk to subjects of a recent profiling incident in Ohio, and get an expert perspective on why prejudice won’t let go.
- Jo Brandon-Jones and Xzavier Brandon, residents of New-Albany, Ohio
- Michael Higginbotham, Professor of Law -University of Baltimore, author of Ghosts of Jim Crow
- Jack Glaser, Associate Professor of Public Policy -University of California, Berkley