Bloggers' Roundtable: Juvenile Justice A 15-year-old boy gets 60 years in jail for a heinous crime he committed two years earlier. Plus, a new study suggests the death penalty can deter crime. On this week's bloggers' roundtable, Farai Chideya considers these issues with Carmen Dixon Rosenzweig, Shay Riley, and Mark Anthony Neal.
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Bloggers' Roundtable: Juvenile Justice

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Bloggers' Roundtable: Juvenile Justice

Bloggers' Roundtable: Juvenile Justice

Bloggers' Roundtable: Juvenile Justice

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A 15-year-old boy gets 60 years in jail for a heinous crime he committed two years earlier. Plus, a new study suggests the death penalty can deter crime.

On this week's bloggers' roundtable, Farai Chideya considers these issues with Carmen Dixon Rosenzweig of All About Race, Shay Riley of Booker Rising and Mark Anthony Neal of New Black Man.

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