The Case of Louisiana's 'Jena Six' Racial tensions have run high in Jena, La., ever since a December fight at a high school sent a group of students to jail. The disparate treatment between the white and black students involved has caused outrage and brought national media attention to the small town.
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The Case of Louisiana's 'Jena Six'

Tensions run high over the disparate treatment of black and white students involved in a fight.

Hear Christopher Harvey, a political science student at Texas Southern University talking about the case.

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Hear Jordan Flaherty, editor of 'Left Turn' Magazine, Discuss the Jena Case with NPR's Farai Chideya

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