Police, Protests and Primaries: This Week In Politics

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Mayor Bill de Blasio attends an interfaith roundtable meeting on strengthening police-community relations with members of New York City’s clergy, hosted by Timothy Cardinal Dolan. (Rob Bennett/Mayor's Office Photostream)

In an atmosphere made more tense by racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, protesters are marching on Staten Island, the mayor is organizing religious leaders and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is learning that his primary opponent is not so easy to shake off. That's all on our plate on This Week In Politics, hosted this week by WNYC's metro editor, David L. Lewis.


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