Joshua Guild Discusses Protests, Policing, and a Hope For Structural Change

Wednesday, Jun 24, 2020

Dr. Joshua Guild, a professor in Princeton's Departments of History and African American Studies, tells The Daily Princetonian's Ergene Kim about his experience with protests in New York City following the killing of George Floyd. The interview touches on how violence originates at protests, the inequities that brought about these demonstrations, the role of the media in covering movements, and what changes might be on the horizon. 

[Originally published on June 17, 2020 via The Daily Princetonian]

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