Brooke Baldwin talks to sex therapist Judy Kuriansky about a woman's perception of men while they are taking birth control pills. A recent study suggests that while on the pill women have increased testosterone levels which may lead them to seek less dominant male partners.
Brooke Baldwin talks to NYU professor Charlton McIlwain about the racially polarizing nature of the Trayvon Martin case. McIlwain tells Brooke that, as with the Rodney King and O.J. Simpson cases, people of different races can feel implicated because of the outrage caused by Trayvon Martin's death, which leads to a greater racial divide.
Senior National Editor
While there is much still to be learned about the circumstances that led to the death of Trayvon Martin, public reaction to the Florida case makes clear that race relations remains an issue that generates heat in American society.
Consider two scenes from a school hallway. A white boy stands over a black boy who is knelt down picking up papers. What happened?
Now change the picture. A black boy stands over a white boy who is knelt down picking up papers. What happened?
CNN will use these and other images the week of April 2 to shine light on how children perceive matters of race in a series titled "AC360 Special Report: Kids on Race, The Hidden Picture,” to air at 8pE and 10pE, as well as online at the “AC360” blog at CNN.Com.