Coleman Young's '30 Black' Podcast: 'We're Still Dealing with Lynchings in 2020'

July 11, 2020, 11:54 AM

Coleman A. Young II

Former state Sen. Coleman Young II, son of the late Mayor Coleman A. Young,  discusses the BLM movement and what changes are needed to improve society. He weighs in on police reform, qualified immunity, anti-lynching bills in Congress and more on the latest episode of "30 Black."

"We're still dealing with lynchings in 2020," Young says, talking about resistance to anti-lynching laws.


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