'Jena Six' Case Exposes Town's Racial Tensions
A racially charged case has brought Jena, a small town in central Louisiana, into the national spotlight. An e-mail petition supporting six black high-school students accused of attacking a white classmate has more than 100,000 signatures. A rally in Jena has been scheduled for Sept. 20. Guests discuss race and justice in the case of the "Jena Six."
Howard Witt, southwest correspondent for the Chicago Tribune
Charles Ogletree, Jr., professor of law at Harvard Law School; executive director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice
Billy Wayne Fowler, member of the La Salle Parish school board
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