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Bill Moyers Journal: Race and Politics in America's Cities

On the 40th anniversary of the landmark Kerner Commission Report on civil unrest, this edition of the Journal spotlights former Oklahoma Senator Fred Harris, one of the last living members of the original commission, who discusses the root causes of the 1960s riots that rocked Newark, Detroit, and other U.S. cities. Harris also reflects on his ongoing commitment to the cause of reducing racism and deep poverty in inner cities. Bill Moyers then interviews Newark, New Jersey, Mayor Cory Booker, a dynamic voice for urban reform who shares the lessons he has learned and his vision for a brighter future for his city. Broadcast date: March 28, 2008. (58 minutes)

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Item#: FMK39434
Copyright date: ©2008
DVD (Chaptered) ISBN 978-1-60467-286-2

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