The historic Korean Summit creates cautious optimism; Plus: Dr Shakti Butler on why virtual reality can be a tool for healing justice

7am – News headlines and analysis with Brian, Mitch and Antonia.

7:34 – Christine Hong, professor of literature at UC Santa Cruz and executive member of the Korea Policy Institute discusses what happened at the historic Korean Summit with Donald Trump and Kim Jung Un. 

8am – Healing Justice and Virtual Reality

Shakti Butler (@ShaktiButler) President and Founder of World Trust Educational Services, and the director of many films about race, gender and privilege in America.

She’s facilitating an upcoming event at the Oakland Museum of California. Saturday, June 16, starting at 2pm “Beyond Imagining: A Virtual Experience of Justice and Healing”

8:30am – Listeners called in to discuss this topic with Shakti Butler:

“We want to open this discussion to calls, especially for your stories. If you feel you like school is funneling your kids toward the criminal justice system, we’d like to hear that. If you have been prosecuted, locked up — we’d like to hear how that’s impacted you. If you’ve tried to make amends with someone you’ve wronged — or vice versa — what that looked like for you.

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