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'There's No Going' Back': Lateefah Simon on Her Career of Activism and Ideas for Changing Policing

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A close up shot of BART board member Lateefah Simon.
BART board member Lateefah Simon.

Lateefah Simon, president of BART’s Board of Directors, joins Scott and Marisa to discuss the protests against police violence, steps cities can take to reform policing, the re-entry program she created with Kamala Harris, her Bay Area roots and her late husband Kevin Weston.

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