Greg Carr on the legacies of Rep. John Lewis and C.T. Vivian; Plus, what equitable distance learning should look like for under-resourced children

Rev. C.T. Vivian in an interview with Democracy Now!

On this show:

0:08 – What’s the status of emergency eviction protections in California, Alameda County and Oakland? Eric Toscano is the founder, CEO, and Managing Attorney at Tenant Law Group, a SF-based tenants rights law firm.

0:18 – What does long-distance learning look like for children who lack resources? Dr. Aaminah Norris is CEO of UnHidden Voices LLC, an educational consulting business supporting black students and under resourced communities. Dr. Norris is also a teacher and educator, developing antiracism and equity curricula for schools throughout the US and internationally.

0:34 – What legacy have Rep. John Lewis and CT Vivian left behind? We hold a conversation in tribute with Dr. Greg Carr (@AfricanaCarr), associate professor of Africana Studies and chair of the Department of Afro-American Studies at Howard University.

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