It's odd to view the O.J. Simpson trial in a renewed cultural spotlight today, 22 years after the murders and 21 years after the verdicts, almost in defiance of our tendency to observe round-number anniversaries. But between FX's The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story earlier this year and now Ezra Edelman's 7 1/2-hour documentary O.J.: Made In America, we are not observing a milestone, but attempting an almost convulsive reckoning with every open or tenuously bound wound the case touched and still touches: racism and sexism, certainly.
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KOSU listeners might know Brent Weber as our commentator for Sports Talk with Michael Cross, but his latest project takes on a whole different subject: individuals with severe disabilities.  Brent talks about the labor of love that has become his documentary, “Real Live Angels.”  It will be screened at the Paramount on Oklahoma City’s Film Row this Saturday.


You can find out more about “Real Live Angels” here.