Journalist Jamiles Lartey writes about criminal justice, race and policing for the non-profit news organization 'The Marshall Project.' Terry Gross spoke with Lartey about systemic racism in American policing and how we might begin to rethink these systems. "Policing wasn't always this way. It wasn't always this big. It wasn't always this bureaucratic," he says. "Sometimes as a society, you need to rethink institutions."Film critic Justin Chang reviews Spike Lee's new movie, 'Da 5 Bloods,' a twist on a Vietnam War saga. It's now on Netflix.'SNL' castmember Pete Davidson plays a fictionalized version of himself in the new movie 'The King of Staten Island.' The film, directed by Judd Apatow, draws on Davidson's real life experience of losing his own father, a 9/11 First Responder. Davidson and Apatow spoke with Terry Gross about the film and healing from trauma.
Today on the show we had actress Nia Long stop by where she came to speak about her new film "The Banker", John Singleton, 90's love movies and more. Also Charlamagne sat down with Pete Davidson where they spoke about his depression, relationships and more. Moreover, Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to dare devil Mike Hughes who attempted to launch a homemade rocket. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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Saturday Night Live's "Resident Young Person" Pete Davidson might be the only member of the SNL cast who knew about the show exclusively through YouTube clips. Pete tells Marc how he landed the show just shortly after graduating high school, how he survived a lonely upbringing on Staten Island watching Eddie Murphy's standup concerts, and how a life-changing traumatic event in his childhood pushed him toward comedy in the first place. This episode is sponsored by Curb Your Enthusiasm on HBO and Stamps.com.