The death of George Floyd has ignited a movement – one that has made people look closer at the relationship between law enforcement and the African American community. Hosted by Court TV Crime and Justice reporter Julia Jenae, this special is an in-depth look at the issues surrounding the policing of people of color that features insightful and thought-provoking discussions with former professional WWE wrestler and personality David Otunga, former federal prosecutor and author Paul Butler and Marissa Alexander, the Florida woman whose Stand Your Ground warning shot became a rallying cry for the anti-racism movement and domestic violence survivor.
Black and Blue – A Court TV Special
Also featured are L. Song Richardson and Tim Wise, an activist and writer on the topic of race who has trained law enforcement officers, teachers, corporate and non-profit organizations in methods for addressing and dismantling racism in their institutions. High-profile cases involving Ahmaud Arbery, Michael Drejka, George Floyd, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin and others are discussed. For the latest updates, catch up on courttv.com and watch Vinnie and the entire team live weeknights 8-11pm on Court TV Live.
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