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Central Park Jogger Case

New evidence suggests that the five men convicted of raping the Central Park jogger in 1989 may have had nothing to do with the crime. Karen Grigsby Bates talks to University of Albany professor Frankie Bailey, and Tim Sullivan, author of Unequal Verdicts: The Central Park Jogger Trials, about the implications of the new evidence for the criminal justice system.

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Karen Grigsby Bates is the Senior Correspondent for Code Switch, a podcast that reports on race and ethnicity. A veteran NPR reporter, Bates covered race for the network for several years before becoming a founding member of the Code Switch team. She is especially interested in stories about the hidden history of race in America—and in the intersection of race and culture. She oversees much of Code Switch's coverage of books by and about people of color, as well as issues of race in the publishing industry. Bates is the co-author of a best-selling etiquette book (Basic Black: Home Training for Modern Times) and two mystery novels; she is also a contributor to several anthologies of essays. She lives in Los Angeles and reports from NPR West.