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The Debate

Don't Shoot: Race relations in the United States (part 2)

Eight years ago, the US elected a black president. Barack Obama never promised to eliminate racism overnight, but so many believed that his election was a milestone on the road to a "post-racial" society. Yet overnight in Charlotte, protesters blocked a major highway and 12 police were injured after yet another shooting death of an African-American amid contradictory claims over whether the victim posed a threat. We look at events there and how they're perceived amid changing political winds.

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Produced by Daniel BARNEY, François WIBAUX and Van MEGUERDITCHIAN.

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