'Mean-spirited division' in US - Jackson
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Jesse Jackson: 'Mean-spirited division' in US

The police shootings of black men in the US is just one expression of a "mean-spirited division" that is developing in the country, Reverend Jesse Jackson tells the BBC's Today programme.

Black people are being used as "scapegoats" for deeper economic and social fears, being tapped into by Donald Trump and his followers, the civil rights activist tells Today programme presenter Justin Webb.

  • 08 Jul 2016