In today’s All Business With Jeffrey Hayzlett we revisit an episode from last summer.
Racism, police brutality, and brutal honesty. This episode of “All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett” tackles the biggest issue right now with the help of co-host Rolonda Watts.
First, we get an inside glimpse of one of the largest police
departments in the country. Retired LAPD Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey, who worked all
four bureaus in Los Angeles, talks about how the culture inside police
departments starts at the top. She added why minorities don’t want to call the
police and how her philosophy “I care, but I don’t” helped her deal with the
stress of the job. Sgt. Dorsey mentioned how every police department has a
“Billy Bad Ass” and why she thinks the movement to ‘defund’ the police is
missing the mark. If you really want to change your community’s police department,
Sgt. Dorsey says there’s one thing you can do that has nothing to do with
Dr. Jeffrey Gardere joins us for the second half of the show.
Known as “America’s Psychologist” for his numerous TV appearances, Dr. Jeff
talked about what all this racial unrest is doing to the nation’s psyche. Dr.
Jeff says while we need to be honest about how we feel, this time feels
different. There’s a diversity to the protesters you don’t often see. He
believes the feelings on the streets might get uglier before it gets better,
especially with the election coming up, but we must continue the forward
momentum for equality. Dr. Jeff was honest himself, talking about the
differences between white and black America and some of the things he does
personally not to stand out.
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