Our guest today has been on the front lines reporting on some of the toughest stories: human trafficking, the Boston Marathon bombings, Whitey Bulger and, of course, police shootings – to name a few. Senior Investigative Reporter Phillip Martin’s work has taken him around the globe and into the very soul of mankind.
But in this divisive society - inflamed again over the latest murders of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and Rayshard Brooks – can an African American reporter stay fair and
impartial, or does the pain of the systemic torture and killing of black men make it more and more difficult to simply report the news?
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