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Audio Included in Post. Runs 35 Minutes ©2011 WTLC/Radio One. Saying he was here “to listen and learn”, Thomas Perez, United States Assistant Attorney General and Chief of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division visited Indianapolis Tuesday. Perez met in a series of meetings with religious, civil rights and other community leaders to learn about the problems Indianapolis residents face with racism, bigotry and discrimination. In an exclusive Afternoons with Amos interview, Ass’t Attorney General Perez explained the programs a of his division, how people can file complaints, answered community concerns and complaints.  Hear the entire interview above. Click below for more information on the Civil Rights Division.   Click Here To Learn How To File Discrimination Complaints With Justice Department