'The Other Side of the River' Racial disconnect is nothing new between the Michigan towns of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph. NPR Senior Correspondent Juan Williams talks with Alex Kotlowitz, who wrote about tension between the two communities in his book, The Other Side of the River. (The Other Side of the River is published by Anchor Books.)
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'The Other Side of the River'

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'The Other Side of the River'

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Racial disconnect is nothing new between the Michigan towns of Benton Harbor and St. Joseph. NPR Senior Correspondent Juan Williams talks with Alex Kotlowitz, who wrote about tension between the two communities in his book, The Other Side of the River. (The Other Side of the River is published by Anchor Books.)