Artists Discuss How Communities Handle the Trauma of Police Brutality

B. Sharise Moore, Chioma Oruh and I were guests on Tariiq Omari Walton’s show Views & Vibes to discuss the Ferguson tragedy, police brutality and how communities organize. What an honor to engage with these folks. I will admit, it was a heavy day, was hard not to cry on set. This interview took place in early September less than a month after the Michael Brown killing and the death of my own mother by a speeding police cadet racing his car to get a car wash.

I would love to know your own thoughts about the topic we are discussing and feel free to share ways folks can get involved in working toward social justice in their community.

 

 

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