Revolutionary Love and Radical Imagination is the way forward according to Mary Li from Portland, Oregon, as a guest on LTAR: Another Racial Reckoning in America.
And Ed Bird Song, Community College professor and counseling chair from Long Beach, CA said the tragedy of the shooting will bring all communities together.
LTAR also addressed the anti-black feeling in the Asian Communities.
Originally released on 03-28-2021
Lets Talk About Race (LTAR), a new intergenerational, roundtable discussion of independent national journalists featuring rigorous conversations and analysis of news coverage and the role race plays in politics, government, economy, education, and health. LTAR currently airs on KBOO Community Radio in Portland, OR and Pacific Radio Network.
The roundtable line-up features:
LaNita Duke, award-winning audio and video producer who has written, directed, and produced political news and commentary for Grassroots NW and KBOO Radio for over 45 years.
Dianne Johnson, a journalist from Texas, co-host/musicologist on From The Grassroots, a political news magazine.
Althea Billings, current News Director at KBOO Community Radio.
Cecil Prescod, talk-show host local, national, and international issues ranging from poverty in Portland to politics in Africa.
Nia Gray, host and blogger of The Faith Report and The Woke Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.