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Richmond Revolution - Part 1
Richmond Revolution is an outstanding group of young Richmond residents taking a hard stand for justice and just about the biggest problem facing our nation - structural racism. They join us today on Red Light Demonstration. What do they mean when they say abolish law enforcement? We'll hear what they believe is the best option to cure racial equity.
L. Rucus is a young activist and music artist. In this interview he talks about next steps for young activist and ways that we can help to improve equity moving forward. He calls on the "New Generation" to fuel the fire to continue progress towards racial equity. He is positive about what is to come.
Frances Yu, Defund Vallejo PD
Why are Vallejo residents asking to defund Vallejo police? Learn about THE PEOPLE'S BUDGET and how a collaborative group of residents intend to support a new way of ensuring racial equity in the city of Vallejo. Vallejo is a beautiful bay area community that has struggled with police/community relations. Join the discussion.
Activist Shauntrice Martin
Shauntrice Martin is an economic equity advocate and the founder of #FeedTheWest, a food justice program committed to serving under-resourced neighborhoods in Louisville, KY. Alongside Dr. Shanara Reid-Brinkley, she became the first Black editor of the Contemporary Argumentation & Debate academic journal. She has taught thousands of youth globally including UC Berkeley, Yale, Harvard, University of the West Indies, Mexico, Belize, and Trinidad & Tobago. She joined us all the way from Louisville, Shauntrice to tell her story about what's happening in Louisville KY after Breonna Taylor's death.