Host and CBS News Radio correspondent Allison Keyes goes deep into social justice issues across the nation. Each week, Keyes has crucial conversations on topics including race, gender, disability, income inequality and beyond. Kaleidoscope examines current systemic inequities from violence against Asian Americans to the continued police killings of Black men, the increasing murders of law enforcement and the rise in food insecurity as the Covid-19 pandemic continues. New episodes every Friday.
On this week's Kaleidoscope, a discussion about the use of police force against children. An investigation by the Associated Press, with the help of the Accountable Now initiative, found that children as young as six have been treated harshly by police, which included incidents from 25 police departments in 17 states. Allison is joined by Kristin Henning from the Juvenile Justice Clinic and Initiative at Georgetown Law School. Henning is also author of the book, "The Rage of Innocence."