In light of the recent incidents in the news where unarmed Black men and teens were either shot dead or left for dead by police. Protests across the country over the lack of justice in each case and the issue of police brutality would have many feeling that the United States is no more closer to getting racially equal than it was 40-years ago,
President Obama differs. In an interview with NPR, the President spoke about the issues of police brutality, race and why he feels that we are actually less racially devisive right now than ever.
Stream his full 40 minute interview here