Cops See It Differently, Part Two

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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?

Learn more or listen again to this week's episode. (or Part One.)

Photo: Surveillance video of Earl Sampson under arrest for trespassing at the store where he works.



Ira Glass