Living While Black: Civil Rights
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Panhandle PBS asked Black Amarilloans to describe what #livingwhileBlack means in the United States and what all of us — of every race — can do to move conversations forward to create change.
The series is the product of extensive research and more than 20 hours of interviews. Local residents, Black and biracial people of different ages and backgrounds, sat down with journalist and Senior Producer Karen Welch to tell their personal stories and experiences in the Texas Panhandle and beyond. One theme has remained universal: We have to learn to listen to each other.
The System wasn't created for Black Americans
A look at movements then and now from our Black neighbors in Amarillo. "If we don't get this right, America's not going to be the same anymore."
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Living While Black: Systemic Racism Panel
Content discussed are civil rights movements – then and now – and systemic racism. Moderator Karen Welch of Panhandle PBS leads discussion with interviewees Isaac Butler, David Lovejoy, and Ebani Broadus.
- Cullen Lutz
- Karen Welch
- David McCoy Lovejoy
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