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June 28, 2018: Hour 2

We get the latest on a charge of criminal homicide against white East Pittsburgh police officer Michael Rosfeld, who shot and killed unarmed African-American teenager Antwon Rose Jr. in the back during a traffic stop last week. Also, one architect tells us why he started free architecture camps around the country that teach disadvantaged kids about design and urban planning — all through the lens of hip-hop. And Justice Anthony Kennedy, who announced Wednesday he will retire at the end of July after 30 years on the Supreme Court, had an important role in deciding high-profile cases as the swing vote. A Harvard University law professor joins us to talk about Kennedy's legacy and how his retirement might reshape the court. That and more, in hour two of Here & Now's June 28, 2018 full broadcast.

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