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Black Woman's Hour #49: 'A Fair Cop' Feat Chantelle Lunt

Ep. 49

Ayisha speaks to activist, writer, educator and ex-police officer Chantelle Lunt, about bigotry and bullying in the police force, Tyre Nicholls, H&M (of course) and why Whitney must stay.

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