Conway’s Four Corners saw a large protest Sunday in the wake of George Floyd’s death at the hands of white police officers in Minneapolis and the forcible arrest of another black man, Jean Ronald Saint Preux, in Albany. During this week, other protests have taken place in Berlin, Portsmouth and Exeter among other places, letters and columns written, and a dialogue on Black Lives Matter, equality under the law and systemic racism has been ignited, not only locally but nationwide.

Today’s Tele-Talk question: What do you think can be done to end systemic racism in America?

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I see you got your talking points right this time, "Systemic Racism".

How about the fact that a man got killed in police custody, the officers were fired the next day, the officer that did it got charged a few days later, and the other three all charged?

Why does no one want to accept that the system worked?


What about the forcible arrest in Albany? If someone won't willingly be arrested, don't the officers have to forcibly arrest him/her? Forcible arrest?

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