Monday, January 19, 2009

Your Call 011909 How has the struggle for racial and social justice changed?

How has the struggle for racial and social justice changed over time? On the next Your Call, we'll discuss Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s ideas of racial equality and social justice. This year, Martin Luther King Day coincides with the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama, the nation's first black head of state. Many people see Obama's presidency as a realization of King's dream. What do different generations still have to learn from one another about race in America? It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar.

Guests:
Robert Smith, SF State political science professor

Mike Turner, Poet, Youth Speaks

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3 comments:

sharon said...

Hello. Kindly repair the link to the podcast for this show. Thank you.

Pete said...

Thanks for the notice, we're working on it :)

BEn Temchine said...

The audio has been repaired and the link will be up today. Sorry about the delay

Ben Temchine\Senior Producer of Your Call