This conversation kicks off a weeklong series dedicated to analyzing the ongoing protests and discussing topics including, but not limited to, 21st century protesting, leadership, voting and race reconciliation.
Maurice Hobson, associate professor of African American Studies at Georgia State University
Illya Davis, director of the new students and transition programs and professor of philosophy at Morehouse College
Nsenga Burton, professor, multimedia journalist and co-director of film and media management at Emory University
Today’s guests include:
Illya Davis, director of new students and transition programs and professor of philosophy from Morehouse College
Maurice Hobson, Georgia State University associate professor in African-American Studies and author of “The Legend of the Black Mecca: Politics and Class in the Making of Modern Atlanta”
Nsenga Burton, co-director of film and media management at Emory University
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