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In Fox's new police shooting drama, even the extras cry

Original story at Mother Jones• 3 mentions • 2 months ago

Mother Jones 2 months ago

 
Shots Fired—a 10-part drama series that premieres on Fox on March 22—is a gripping examination of police violence and racial injustice in America. The show stars Stephen James (Race, Selma) and Sanaa Lathan (Love and Basketball, Alien vs. Predator) as Department of Justice officials called by the governor into a fictional North Carolina town to look into the fatal shooting of a young white man by a black sheriff's deputy. The conflict escalates when the pair learn of another killing—of a black teen whose mother was warned by sheriff's deputies to keep quiet—that has gone all but unnoticed by the ...
 
 
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18 Mar
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