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CV - The Status of Black Lives Matter: A Shift in Policy, Culture, Justice, and Reform

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(l-r) Tess Dooley, Ty Dooley, Justin Rose, Tiffani Saunders

Originally aired February 25, 2021.

As part of Black History Month, this UIS ECCE panel discussion encourages learning about the societal issues that inform and led to the formation and evolution of the Black Lives Matter Movement. 

  

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(Part 2) Panel discussion about the societal issues that inform and led to the formation and evolution of the Black Lives Matter Movement.

  

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(Part 3) Panel discussion about the societal issues that inform and led to the formation and evolution of the Black Lives Matter Movement.

Randy Eccles is thrilled to be talking with community members and joining them in becoming informed citizenry. Please reach out at randy.eccles@nprillinois.org.
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