Andre Perry

Davenport University

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Founding Dean of Urban Education at Davenport University in Grand Rapids, Michigan; author of The Garden Path: The Miseducation of a City

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President Trump decides he’s done waiting for Congress to fund his border wall. He’s doing it himself, or at least trying to, anyway.

'I’d rather do it much faster'

President Trump decides he’s done waiting for Congress to fund his border wall. He’s doing it himself, or at least trying to, anyway.

from Left, Right & Center

For four nights after an officer killed a young, black man in Ferguson, Missouri, confrontations escalated between police and protesters.

Race and the Militarization of Policing in Ferguson, Missouri

For four nights after an officer killed a young, black man in Ferguson, Missouri, confrontations escalated between police and protesters.

from To the Point

Police in Ferguson, Missouri, say 18-year-old Michael Brown pushed an officer into his police car and “assaulted” him there on Saturday afternoon.

Why Was Another Unarmed Black Teen Killed by Police Last Weekend?

Police in Ferguson, Missouri, say 18-year-old Michael Brown pushed an officer into his police car and “assaulted” him there on Saturday afternoon.

from To the Point

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand