In the wake of last year’s Black Lives Matter protests, a central question of the New York City mayoral contest has become: Is New York safer with more or fewer police officers?
Today, we see this tension play out in a single household, between Yumi Mannarelli and her mother, Misako Shimada.
Guests: Misako Shimada and Yumi Mannarelli, a mother and daughter who live in New York City.
- The New York City mayoral race has been fluid, but the centrality of crime and policing has remained constant.
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