Vanishing Jury Trials, a Breakdancing Legend, the Power of Protest

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People march during a rally against police violence on August 23, 2014 in the Staten Island borough of New York City.

Lauren-Brooke Eisen, senior counsel with the Brennan Center for Justice, explains why the number of criminal cases tried before juries has declined significantly. Breakdancing legend, Michael "Boogaloo Shrimp" Chambers worked for 8 years as Michael Jackson's personal dance coach. Novelist David Means imagines a very different 1960s in Hystopia. Sarah Jaffe on how movements like Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter and the Fight for $15 are changing politics.