The jury in George Zimmerman’s murder trial handed down a not-guilty verdict. The case has driven passionate conversations on race relations across the United States. The decision disappointed many and has prompted nationwide protests calling on the president and the Justice Department to take action in reviewing the case. Many faith leaders are leading these protests, including Rev. William Barber, who is the president of the North Carolina NAACP and a leading voice for justice as an organizer of the “Moral Mondays” movement in his state. Rev. Barber joins Welton this week to discuss his reaction to the ruling in the Zimmerman case and his thoughts on the future of race relations in America. CLICK HERE FOR EXTENDED INTERVIEW VIDEO AND TRANSCRIPT
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