How should we memorialize those who were enslaved?

Germany has used public spaces to memorialize deaths from the Holocaust. Should America do the same for formerly enslaved people? Atlantic staff writer Clint Smith joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the shortcomings of America’s reckoning with its treatment of indigenous populations and enslaved peoples, and what should be done to address deeper questions of public memory. His article is “Monuments to the Unthinkable.”