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CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 10, 2019
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(Studio: Reena Ninan) The fifth anniversary of the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, reported; statistics on police training to confront racial violence cited. CBS News investigation introduced.

(No location given: Jeff Pegues) A look at police bias training in cities like Mesa, Arizona, designed to confront historical prejudices, presented. [Two disguised Mesa OFFICERS, Phoenix OFFICER - question the program's agenda that lead to officers second-guessing their actions.] [St Louis black union president Sgt. Heather TAYLOR - says there are white supremacists on the police force & bias training does not work.] The report by The Plain View Project that found racist posts linking to the ST, Louis police cited.

Ninan, Reena;
Pegues, Jeff

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