Race and the crisis of justice: The interviews
Watch the interviews that form the basis of the Miller Center's Race and the Crisis of Justice
Ronald Hampton—the complete interview
The Miller Center's Guian McKee interviews retired Washington, DC, police officer Ronald Hampton, the former executive director of the Black Police Association and now a member of the advisory board of the National Police Accountability Project.
Elizabeth Hinton—the complete interview
The Miller Center's Guian McKee interviews Harvard University's Elizabeth Hinton, whose book, From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime: The Making of Mass Incarceration in America (with Harvard University Press), examines the implementation of federal law enforcement programs that laid the groundwork for the mass incarceration of American citizens.
Steven Teles—the complete interview
The Miller Center's Guian McKee interviews John's Hopkins University's Steven Teles, the author, most recently, of the Rise of the Conservative Legal Movement: The Battle for Control of the Law (Princeton University Press, 2008), and before that Whose Welfare: AFDC and Elite Politics (University Press of Kansas, 1996).