In Minneapolis a white police officer shot and killed a Black man after he tried to flee a traffic stop. We talk to a researcher about the racial and gender disparities in traffic stops, and what impact that has on different communities. Then a mushroom lover joins the show to talk about how to forage for and cook with mushrooms.
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What The Data Shows About Race And Traffic Stops
Daunte Wright, a Black man, was killed by a white police officer in Minneapolis at a traffic stop. A researcher who’s analyzed millions of traffic stops explains disparities across race and gender in how police conduct this procedure.
Food Friday: Hunting For Mushrooms And Cooking Them
Springtime means morel season. A chef joins the program to discuss how to find the mushroom — and others — and share some recipes that spotlight them.
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