Jails in the U.S. have increasingly become holding cells for people suffering from mental illness despite the fact that the vast majority pose no threat to public safety. We get an update on new efforts to keep people with mental illness out of jail and into treatment.
Guest Host: Steve Roberts
Non-white workers across the country have been reporting the appearance or placement of nooses, a hostile, racially charged symbol, in their workplaces. A panel talks about what’s behind these incidents and how law enforcement and the courts are dealing with them.
- Ida Castro chairwoman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
- Joseph Sellers attorney specializing in workplace issues
- Barbara Brown attorney specializing in workplace issues
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