Stephen Henderson talks with Karen Dumas (Communications Strategist) Brandon Brice (“Straight Talk” host, 910 AM Superstation), Kerry Leon Jackson (The Urban Conservative) and Greg Bowens (PR & Political Strategist) for an in-depth discussion of the local, national and global protests against police brutality and systemic racism.
6/21/20: American Black Journal – Roundtable On George Floyd Protests, Police Brutality & Systemic Racism
We’ve assembled a special roundtable of guests for a candid conversation about the protests that have erupted around the world after the death of George Floyd.
Stephen Henderson talks with Detroit NAACP President, Rev. Wendell Anthony, about why these protests and marches are different from the ones we’ve seen before.
Stephen has a frank conversation with Detroit NAACP President, Rev. Wendell Anthony, about the murder of George Floyd while in police custody and the protests across the country.
One Detroit’s Will Glover talks with Charity Dean, Director of Civil Rights, Inclusion, and Opportunity for the City of Detroit about where people can start to lend support to the black community.
Christy talks with Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist about what true policy changes can be made to combat systemic racism.
Throughout the Detroit protests, many young people have stepped in at key moments to advocate for systemic change and a radical difference in the policing of Black and brown communities.
University of Michigan Assistant Professor Riana Anderson discusses stress and trauma in the African American community due to COVID-19 and recent events.
Wayne County Executive Warren Evans talks with Stephen about COVID-19, its impact on the county, and how it is disrupting the 2020 Census count.
Stephen Henderson introduces his new project, BridgeDetroit, a nonprofit community news, information and engagement media service.