The Fire This Time: The New Uprising Against Racism and Police Violence

Wednesday, Jun 10, 2020

If you cannot attain justice by engaging the system, then you must seek other means of changing it.

We are in the early stages of an uprising against racism and police violence. The simultaneous collapse of politics and governance in the midst of a global pandemic has forced millions of people to take to the streets to demand the most basic necessities of life, including the right to be free of police harassment or murder.

Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor and Marc Lamont Hill discuss the history, present, and future of the fight for a world where Black Lives Matter, hosted by E. Tammy Kim.

[Originally published on June 8, 2020 via Haymarket Books

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