Crisis Conversations: Anti-Blackness in America

Since May 25, tumultuous protests have engulfed the country — touched off by the murder of George Floyd, another black man who died at the hands of a white police officer. And as protests have transfixed the nation, data continues to show the coronavirus pandemic also is disproportionately affecting communities of color, On this essential episode of Crisis Conversations, host Brigid Schulte asks: What needs to change to end our country's entrenched structural racism,? And how do we create a better, fairer America?
To take on these questions, Brigid is joined by:
Angela Hanks, Deputy Executive Director of the Groundwork Collaborative, and author of Structural Racism is Exacerbating the Coronavirus Pandemic for Black People - Especially Black Women
Autumn McDonald, Senior fellow and head of New America California. She has been hosting COVID and the Black Community online conversations
Dr. Nicole Mason, President and CEO of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research
Kemi Role, Director of Work Equity at the National Employment Law Project
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