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Barack Obama Speech Re: Baltimore Prosecutions Decision #1083274

CNN Special for Monday, May 04, 2015

  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of a portion of President Barack Obama's speech at Lehman College in New York City re: his My Brother's Keeper initiative, and issues related to the decision to prosecute six Baltimore police officers.
  • CNN taped replay of a portion of President Barack Obama's participation in a round table discussion re: issues related to incidents of violence between police officers and African-American citizens.
  • Analysis includes the participation of CNN Law Enforcement Analyst Tom Fuentes, and a taped excerpt of an interview by Brooke Baldwin (CNN) with former professional basketball player Alonzo Mourning.
  • Reporter(s):
    Perez. Evan;
    Jones, Athena

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