Dear Baileyblog readers,

Glad to connect with you again this week.  Sharing today my appearance on a recent panel on the Black Lives Matter movement.  This discussion took place after the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

I appear with the following professors: Dr. Andrea Boyle,(Tulane University) and Dr. Vladimir Mendencia (Univ of Delaware).

Thank you Thom Canalichio and Newswise for the invitation.

I hope you will listen to the entire presentation as these colleagues make some important observations.

Here too are some highlights:

At 20 min:  A call to deescalate violence and a call for a national ceasefire

At 29 min Silver Lining: young people on the front lines

At 32min  A Global Multiracial movement in this moment of racial reckoning

At 36 min:  A call for a Truth and Reconciliation Commission including reference to the initiative that Binghamton University is launching.

At 56 min  Reparations and the signficance of Senator Kamla Harris’ nomination

Find Anne C. Bailey's non-fiction book : The Weeping Time: Memory and the Largest Slave Auction in American History on Amazon.

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