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In this episode of The 411 Live, we are joined by Carl Greer, a soon-to-be UW-Madison student pursuing a Ph.D. in education policy. Olajuwon Cawthorn, a teacher. Dujuan Cherry, the founder of Millenilink Media. Monte Barry, who works for Pro Squared, and Alan Estrada, a podcaster from Milwaukee.
Do you know “WHY” people burn down their own neighborhoods during an unrest? Have you really taken the time to figure out how economics plays a part in what’s going on today? In Part 2 of “Gen Z & the Era of COVID-19 & Black Lives Matter Protests” we talk about the Kimberly Jones video, the history of the USA social contract with Black Americans, and much more. Watch as we hear the perspective of a group of young men from Gen Z about the era of COVID-19 & Black Lives Matter Protests.
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