Following the well-attended University forum “Stand Up and Fight for the Safety and Wellness of our Diverse Community,” we wondered: What are you reading/watching/listening to as a way to expand your understanding of racism and solutions to it?
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I recently listened to the playwright Anna Deavere Smith being interviewed and thought she made a lot of really good points, so I was interested to discover that PBS is streaming her play Twilight: Los Angeles, about the 1992 race riots. Here’s a link to Smith’s talk.
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