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Christian Cooper addresses systemic bias in new comic book

CBS News Thursday, 17 September 2020
In "It's a Bird," a Black teen bird watcher sees African Americans who have been killed by police through an old pair of binoculars.
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News video: Central Park Bird Watcher Who Was Victim Of Deliberate Act Of Racial Bias Writes Graphic Novel About Unjust Killing Of Blacks

Central Park Bird Watcher Who Was Victim Of Deliberate Act Of Racial Bias Writes Graphic Novel About Unjust Killing Of Blacks 03:09

A new comic book by Chris Cooper is taking a serious look at racial strife. Cooper is the African-American bird-watching enthusiast who was falsely accused of threatening a white woman in Central Park. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.

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