Further conversations

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Updated: July 29, 2020 10:51 AM
Created: July 16, 2020 02:02 PM

Here are additional video clips from interviews conducted as part of the "Conversations about Racism and the Road to Equality" series:

Cari Gillen-O'Neel discusses the importance of teachers and caregivers going through cultural competence training.


Kathlene Holmes Campbell, Ph.D., talks about the effort to get rid of "flattened narratives."


Fifteen-year-old Jinhyoung Bang, an incoming high school junior, speaks during a rally about her experience.


Eighteen-year-old Dominic Bradburn, who is heading into senior year at Minnetonka High School, talks about hearing the experiences of his peers.


KSTP's Brandi Powell interviewed Lonnie Bunch about institutional racism, what it means and how it affects individuals and society at large:

'Conversations about Racism and the Road to Equality:' Lonnie Bunch interview


Peter Rachleff, Ph.D., sat down with Powell to discuss white privilege, what it means and why it's important to understand its effects:

'Conversations about Racism and the Road to Equality:' Dr. Peter Rachleff interview


Laura Mayo spoke with Powell to discuss an experience that affected her view on race and a privilege that she didn't notice she had: 

'Conversations about Racism and the Road to Equality:' Laura Mayo interview


KSTP's 'Conversations about racism and the road to equality'


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