Letters and Politics

Protest in berkeley and a MLK speech of 1967

In the first part of the show we discuss with Alisa Bierria, Ali Winston and Ali Obaba about the protests in Berkeley.

Ali Winston covers law enforcement, criminal justice and surveillance. His writing has won awards from the National Association of Black Journalists, the New York City Community Media Alliance, CUNY’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club. Alisa Bierria is the Associate Director of the Center for Race and Gender at UC Berkeley and a PhD candidate in the Department of Philosophy at Stanford University.

Then, we feature clips from a speech given by Martin Luther King jr in 1967 about poverty and racism.

 

 

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