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If you missed our dynamic discussion with Dr. William A. Smith, Dr. Tommy J. Curry, Dr. T. Hasan Johnson, Professor Ayesha K. Mustafaa, Professor Kenyatta Bakeer, Attorney Jetaun Stevens and Assistant Director Mohamed Abdi on Racial Battle Fatigue in America:
How Will Schools Receive Us After COVID-19 & Racial Unrest:
Racial Battle Fatigue in America Part 1 & 2, June 29, 2020 featuring Dr. Tommy J. Curry (University of Edinburgh), Dr. Bernadette Pruitt (Sam Houston State University), Professor Ayesha K. Mustafaa (Tougaloo College), Mohamed Abdi (San Diego State University), Professor Kenyatta Bakeer (West Los Angeles College) Attorney Jetaun Stevens (Children's Law Center) Dr. T. Hasan Johnson (Fresno State University) and Dr. William A. Smith (The University of Utah)
Clearly, COVID-19 and Racial Injustices produce RBF in Students, Families, and Educators of African Descent.
This is the 1st part of an outstanding conversation hosted by United Shades of Black and Brown (USB²) on June 29, 2020.
You don't want to miss Dr. William A. Smith give an overall analysis so make sure to listen to Session Tw
Listen to Professor Ayesha K. Mustafaa of Tougaloo College enlighten us the day after Mississippi decided to remove its Confederate Flag nearly 150 years after the Civil War ended.
The esteemed Dr. William A. Smith encapsulated the entire discussion with strategies to move forward amidst COVID-19 and Anti-Blackness here and abroad.
Hosted by United Shades of Black and Brown (USB²).
Moderated by Katrina Hasan Hamilton
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