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For years, the relationship between the police and young Black men in this city has been an uneasy one. In the new edition of Toronto Life magazine, Desmond Cole gets inside that relationship in article called "The skin I'm in"... He writes that he's been stopped and interrogated over 50 times by police. What's that like? Why does it happen and what difference might having a Black Chief of Police make? Host Matt Galloway talked to Desmond Cole.
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