Shelby Steele has been one of America’s most important Black conservative voices for more than a generation. His recent documentary film “What Killed Michael Brown?” critiques the mainstream narrative surrounding the death of Brown, a tragedy which spark protests for social justice across America. But does Steele see any legitimacy in the new antiracist movement? And what does it mean to be Black in America? John Wood, Jr. puts forward the questions in this deep diving conversation on politics, culture and race in America.
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