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Jesse Williams Asks Cop Why Black Students Are Arrested At Such A High Rate

Jesse Williams is shining a light on how often black students are arrested compared to the non-black peers by investigating a school system in Florida. The activist and actor will explore the inequalities children face in Pinellas County, Florida for an EPIX upcoming series “America Divided,” according to Entertainment Tonight. In a teaser for the show, Williams interviews one of the two black school cops in the force, Mike Hawkins.
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