50 years ago, the Poor People's Campaign advocated for economic justice for poor Americans. What does that fight look like today?
Guest Host: Marc Fisher
In Paris and Copenhagen, extremists attacked political satirists and a Jewish market and synagogue. In North Carolina, a man killed three young Muslim-Americans in a parking dispute that some allege was a hate crime. We explore how law enforcement and faith communities in our region are reacting to these violent events that have heightened fears and prompted new security concerns.
- Johari Abdul-Malik Outreach Director, Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center in Falls Church, Va.
- Stuart Weinblatt Rabbi, Congregation B'Nai Tzedek in Potomac, Md.; President of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the Jewish Federations of North America
- Rick Nelson Senior associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies; Former inaugural member of the National Counterterrorism Center's Directorate of Strategic Operational Planning; Director of Global Business Development at Cross Match
- Adam Thiel Deputy Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security for Virginia; Former Fire Chief for the City of Alexandria
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