On this edition of Another View, we gear up for our next "Race: Let's Talk About It" discussion - the topic this time is "The Talk"... the often difficult, but important discussion that Black and Latino families have with their children about avoiding confrontations with police officers. Our guests for this discussion include Dwayne Bryant, author of "The Stop" a book designed to improve police and community relations. For years, Bryant has shared his real life personal encounters with police, some humorous and some dangerous, to teach young people how to interact with law enforcement. Also joining the discussion is Amos Jones, Associate Professor of Law at Campbell University, who will share his personal narrative and talk about rights both during and after a police stop. We invite you to tune in on Friday, February 17th at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live on this blog. Then join us on Tuesday, February 21st from 6:30 - 8P for a town hall discussion at Fort Monroe Theatre, 42 Tidball Road, Fort Monroe, VA 23651. The town hall is FREE and open to everyone, but we'd appreciate it if you would register. Visit www.whro.org/TalkAboutRace to sign up.