You Gotta See It to Believe It There's a program that brings together kids from two schools. One school is public and in the country's poorest congressional district. The other is private and costs $43,000/year. The hope is that kids connect, but some public school kids just can't get over the divide. We hear what happens when you get to see the other side and it looks a lot better.
Cops See It Differently, Part Two Our second hour of stories about cops and race. We hear the story of Earl Sampson, who was harassed by police to the point of absurdity, and the convenience store owner who protected him. And one of our producers asks: How much does race affect the way cops deal with people? And what are departments doing to address that?
Cops See It Differently, Part One There are so many cops who look at the killing of Eric Garner or Mike Brown and say race didn't play a factor. And there are tons of black people who say that's insane. These next two weeks, we have stories of people living on both sides of that divide, and people trying to bridge it.
Regrets, I've Had a Few Everyday we make mistakes and most of the time we just ignore these failings and move forward. But every so often, there is one that makes us pause and take notice. This week, people struggling with those regrets — big and small — that take root and have to be dealt with.